NORML Releases Most Comprehensive Analysis Of US Marijuana Arrest Data To Date
March 15, 2005 8:37 AM Subscribe
NORML Releases "Most Comprehensive Analysis Of US Marijuana Arrest Data To Date" Among the reports' findings: * The enforcement of state and local marijuana laws annually costs US taxpayers an estimated $7.6 billion, approximately $10,400 per arrest. * While adult African Americans account for only 8.8% of the US population and 11.9% of annual marijuana users, they comprise 23% of all marijuana possession arrests in the United States.
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