Two states have of March changed Marijuana laws and one is trying to change theirs. All changing to civil fines.
New Hampshire state House voted 214-137 to pass HB 1653, a bill the would reduce the penalty for possession of up to a quarter-ounce of marijuana with a civil fine of up to $200.
Hawaii, the state Senate voted 22-3 to March 2 to pass SB 2450, a bill that would eliminate criminal penalties for the possession of up to one ounce of marijuana and replace them with a civil fine of up to $300 for a first offense and $500 for subsequent offenses.
In Vermont, 72 percent of voters in Montpelier approved a non-binding ordinance asking the Legislature “to pass a bill to replace criminal penalties with a civil fine for adults who possess a small amount of marijuana.”
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