Chicago officials vote for new approach to marijuana
CHICAGO (MCT) — The Chicago City Council Wednesday overwhelmingly voted to decriminalize small amounts of marijuana possession.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s proposal passed 43-3, allowing Chicago police to issue pot-possession tickets as soon as July. The move makes Chicago among a growing wave of states and several of the largest U.S. cities to adopt reduced penalties.
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