Jackson, MI Police Officials Say They'll Allow Possession Of Marijuana On Private Property After Public Vote

Jackson law enforcement and city officials have a plan to enforce a new marijuana ordinance that they believe falls within the spirit of the law. A law passed in November via a 2,242-1,434 vote decriminalizes up to an ounce of marijuana on private property for those age 21 and older within the city. Jackson Police Chief Matthew Heins said the city police department has advised its officers to follow the new law.

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