MU NORML President Aaron Ladd: “It’s unfortunate that they are censoring our message like this because Missouri already has some [cannabidiol] laws, so it’s not an illegal substance.”
MUPD is commissioned by both the state of Missouri and the city of Columbia, giving it dual jurisdiction and the ability to bypass the city ordinance that prevents those with a marijuana misdemeanor from being detained.
Revenue from cures found at the facility would go toward bridge infrastructure, grants for college, health care, and tax refunds for Missourians.
It’s been seven weeks since Jeff Mizanskey was released and he said his fondest memories have been spending time with his family and friends.
Student organizations hope to amend local ordinances to allow the cultivation of cannabis.
“I think the proper way to do this is at the state level,” Mayor Bob McDavid said.
Councilmembers opted to suspend the vote to allow for referrals from advisory commissions and boards.
The students also had more than $23,000 in cash.
The Maneater gets a primer on search rights from Columbia attorney Dan Viets.
Residents spoke out at the last City Council meeting to ask members to consider relaxing city ordinances on the drug.
Rep. Chris Kelly, D-Columbia, said he would support marijuana legalization.
The guest speakers promoted activism in addition to legislation.
The plants were discovered in a bedroom.
The board will discuss search warrants at their next meeting.
The speakers discussed medical marijuana legalization in Missouri.
The city denied all the Whitworths’ allegations in its response.
The family is seeking damages for the killing of their dog and damaged house.