Late last month, the City’s State’s Attorney said she would stop prosecuting the possession of marijuana, the police department, on the other hand, said they will keep arresting.
“When I asked myself is the enforcement and prosecution of marijuana possession making us safer as a city, the answer is no,” said State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby.
This group of activists wants for both sides to get on the same page.
“…because right now the ones that are experiencing more arrests is us, so that’s not right. That’s an injustice,” said Clayton Guyton, Rose Street Community Director.
With medical marijuana becoming more mainstream, some activists believe too many people are getting locked up for just having a small amount of the drug.
But there was opposition during Sunday’s event.
“We don’t need to have this happening. As a pastor, a man of…