Alders propose to decriminalize use, possession of cannabis in MadisonPosted by On

Alders representing the University of Wisconsin campus and downtown area proposed three new ordinances at the City Council meeting Tuesday to decriminalize the use and possession of cannabis in Madison.

The proposal would amend current city ordinances to allow individuals 18 years or older to possess up to 28 grams of cannabis on private or public property with permission of the owner, mirror the state statute of allowing individuals with prescriptions to use cannabis and prohibit consumption while operating a motor vehicle, according to The Capital Times

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District 8 Ald. Max Prestigiacomo said in an email statement to The Cap Times that the ordinances will address problems that arise out of criminalization of cannabis. 

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