Scott Schultz, executive director of the Kansas Sentencing Commission, testifies during a legislative hearing in favor of a bill lessening penalties for first- and second-time marijuana possession
Scott Schultz, executive director of the Kansas Sentencing Commission, testifies during a legislative hearing in favor of a bill lessening penalties for first- and second-time marijuana possession Nicholas Clayton AP
Scott Schultz, executive director of the Kansas Sentencing Commission, testifies during a legislative hearing in favor of a bill lessening penalties for first- and second-time marijuana possession Nicholas Clayton AP

Kansas lawmakers weigh reduced penalties for marijuana possession

January 29, 2015 6:45 AM