joebiden
4 years ago1,000+ Views
In Colorado and Washington when weed was illegal, police departments could cash in via civil asset forfeiture—they’d raid grow operations and dealers and seize cash and other kinds of property. Those seizures provided both a financial incentive to prioritize drug crimes and a financial perk for departments. Now, presumably, there will be fewer marijuana raids, thus less money for the cops.
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Is this why there are so many opposed to legalization?
4 years ago·Reply
Thats way too broad of a question @curtis
4 years ago·Reply
BUt it certainly has a role
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