Esau Freeman, leader of the pro-marijuana group Kansas for Change, hands over a petition to Wichita deputy city clerk Janis Edwards. Backers of the Wichita petition drive to reduce the penalty for marijuana possession say they now have more than enough signatures to put an initiative on the April 7 city election ballot. (Jan.7, 2015)
Esau Freeman, leader of the pro-marijuana group Kansas for Change, hands over a petition to Wichita deputy city clerk Janis Edwards. Backers of the Wichita petition drive to reduce the penalty for marijuana possession say they now have more than enough signatures to put an initiative on the April 7 city election ballot. (Jan.7, 2015) Mike Hutmacher The Wichita Eagle
Esau Freeman, leader of the pro-marijuana group Kansas for Change, hands over a petition to Wichita deputy city clerk Janis Edwards. Backers of the Wichita petition drive to reduce the penalty for marijuana possession say they now have more than enough signatures to put an initiative on the April 7 city election ballot. (Jan.7, 2015) Mike Hutmacher The Wichita Eagle

Marijuana-reform group files Wichita petition to lessen penalties

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