Crime & Courts

January 21, 2014 5:42 AM

Court reverses itself on drug tax-stamp law in Kansas

A drug tax-stamp law that has been on the state’s books for more than 25 years lost some of its teeth last month when the Kansas Supreme Court ruled that a defendant who has been convicted of possession of marijuana can’t be convicted of possessing the same marijuana without a tax stamp.

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