Esau Freeman, president and co-founder of Kansas for Change, walks into the city clerk’s office at City Hall on July 24 with 5,800 signed petitions calling for the decriminalization of marijuana. The group hopes to get the the initiative on the ballot this upcoming election. (July 24, 2014)
Esau Freeman, president and co-founder of Kansas for Change, walks into the city clerk’s office at City Hall on July 24 with 5,800 signed petitions calling for the decriminalization of marijuana. The group hopes to get the the initiative on the ballot this upcoming election. (July 24, 2014) File photo
Esau Freeman, president and co-founder of Kansas for Change, walks into the city clerk’s office at City Hall on July 24 with 5,800 signed petitions calling for the decriminalization of marijuana. The group hopes to get the the initiative on the ballot this upcoming election. (July 24, 2014) File photo

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