How would you define an ineffective law? One that doesn’t deliver the intended result, or perhaps one that costs more than it is worth? Perhaps an ineffective law is one that society doesn’t see a need for but the government keeps in place no matter the effects. In the Badger Herald, the student newspaper of the University of Wisconsin, a budding scholar looks at the state’s ineffective marijuana laws and asks these very questions. [Read more…]Charged with a crime in Wisconsin? Please call (888) 828-6041.
It’s another year and another chance for Wisconsin lawmakers to get marijuana policy right—or at least closer to right. This year advocates are pushing for the passage of the Jacki Rickert Medical Marijuana Act, first brought before the state’s lawmakers in 2009. Now, supporters are hoping that growing acceptance of marijuana across the country will help push the legislation through. [Read more…]