De-Criminalization of Marijuana in Washington, D.C.
Congressional Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) responded to a Republican amendment to a bill for funding for the District of Columbia that would block the city from enforcing its law that decriminalizes small amounts of marijuana.
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