Absent state action, city governments are reportedly free to change marijuana policy within municipal limits.

Wisconsin, the land that gave us Paul Ryan, Scott Walker and former sheriff Richard Clarke— malformed half-offerings from a higher power who ran out of copier toner and just gave up—is lagging far behind other nearby states in getting right with marijuana reform.

Instead of waiting on state lawmakers, a handful of Wisconsin cities are legalizing marijuana on their own.

Like everywhere else in the U.S., a majority of the citizenry in Wisconsin favors legalization -- and unlike nearby Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota and even North Dakota, Packers fans don’t enjoy so much as a workable medical marijuana system.

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Chris Roberts ~ HighTimes.com

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