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You may want to check out 000 Individuals Were Arrested on Marijuana Charges in 2000 Eighty Eight Percent of Those Arrested Were Charged With Marijuana Possession Only Reference Federal Bureau of Investigation 2001 Uniform Crime Report Crime in the United States, 1999 U S Department of Justice Washington Dc More Than 734, 2000 Table 29 Total Estimated Arrests in the United States, 2000 Table Arrest for Drug Abuse Violations U S Department of Justice Washington Dc Almost 5 Million Americans Have Been Arrested for Marijuana Since 1992 Thats More Than the Entire Populations of Alaska Delaware Montana North Dakota South Dakota Vermont Washington Dc and Wyoming Combined Reference Federal Bureau of Investigation Uniform Crime Reports Crime in the United States 1993 2000 Table Arrest for Drug Abuse Violations U S Department of Justice Washington Dc Talking Point 2 Far More Harm Is Caused by the Criminal Prohibition of Marijuana Than by the Use of Marijuana Itself According to a 1999 Federally Commissioned Report by the National Academy of Sciences Institute of Medicine Iom Except for the Harms Associated With Smoking, 2000 U S Department of Justice Washington Dc Marijuana Violations Constitute the Fifth Most Common Criminal Offense in the United States Reference Bureau of Justice Statistics 2000 Drugs and Crime Facts Table Estimated Totals of Top 7 Arrest Offenses, 35 Percent of Adults Admit to Having Tried Marijuana of These, 46 Marijuana Users Believe That Their Behavior Will Go Undetected Thus Fear of Arrest Is Usually Not a Factor in Peoples Decisions Whether or Not to Use It Reference Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse National Working Group on Addictions 1998 Cannabis Control in Canada Options Regarding Possession Ottawa Marijuana Laws Have No Specific Deterrent Impact on Drug Taking Behavior Studies Show That Marijuana Offenders Continue to Use Marijuana After Their Conviction at Rates Equal to Those Prior to Their Arrest No Relation Between the Actual or Perceived Severity of Their Previous Sentence and Subsequent Use Has Been Found Reference P Erickson 1980 Cannabis Criminals the Social Effects of Punishment on Drug Users Addiction Research Foundation Toronto in Surveys Most Individuals Cite Health Concerns and Family Responsibilities Rather Than Legal Concerns as Their Primary Reasons for Ceasing or Never Initiating Marijuana Use Reference National Academy of Sciences, 5 the National Academy of Sciences Further Found, 6 More Than 76 Million Americans Have Admittedly Tried Marijuana the Overwhelming Majority of These Users Did Not Go on to Become Regular Marijuana Users, And May Be Removed From Public Housing Other Non Drug Violations Do Not Carry Such Penalties in Many States Convicted Marijuana Offenders Are Automatically Stripped of Their Driving Privileges Even if the Offense Is Not Driving Related Reference Section 483 Subsection F of the Higher Education Act of 1998 Amendment 4935 to the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 U S Bureau of Justice Statistics 1992 Drugs Crime and the Justice System U S Department of Justice Washington Dc Normls State Guide to Marijuana Penalties Under Federal Law, And Only 3 Percent Have Used Marijuana in the Past Month Reference U S Department of Health and Human Services 2000 National Household Survey on Drug Abuse Table G 9 Percentages Reporting Lifetime, And Past Month Use of Illicit Drugs Among Persons Aged 26 or Older 1999 Dhhs Printing Office Rockville Md According to Former U S President Jimmy Carter Penalties Against Drug Use Should Not Be More Damaging to an Individual Than the Use of the Drug Itself Nowhere Is This More Clear Than in the Laws Against the Possession of Marijuana in Private for Personal Use Reference President Jimmy Carter Message to Congress August 2 1977 Convicted Marijuana Offenders Are Denied Federal Financial Student Aid Welfare and Food Stamps, Cocaine or Crack Reference J Morgan and L Zimmer 1997 Marijuana Myths, and Dc the State of California Saved Nearly 1 Billion Dollars From 1976 to 1985 by Decriminalizing the Personal Possession of One Ounce of Marijuana According to a Study of the State Justice Department Budget Reference M Aldrich and T Mikuriya 1988 Savings in California Marijuana Law Enforcement Costs Attributable to the Moscone Act of 1976 Journal of Psychoactive Drugs 20 75 81 New Mexicos 2001 State Commissioned Drug Policy Advisory Group Determined That Marijuana Decriminalization Will Result in Greater Availability of Resources to Respond to More Serious Crimes Without Any Increased Risks to Public Safety Reference New Mexico Governors Drug Policy Advisory Group 2001 Report and Recommendations to the Governors Office State Capitol Santa Fe Marijuana Arrests Have More Than Doubled Since 1991 While Adult Use of the Drug Has Remained Stable During This Same Period T-Shirts & Hoodies.
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