A ladybug crawls on a marijuana plant at Sea of Green Farms, a recreational pot grower in Seattle. Marijuana bills are making their way through the Kansas Legislature, and Wichita voters on April 7 will be asked whether penalties for first-time marijuana users should be reduced to a $50 fine.
A ladybug crawls on a marijuana plant at Sea of Green Farms, a recreational pot grower in Seattle. Marijuana bills are making their way through the Kansas Legislature, and Wichita voters on April 7 will be asked whether penalties for first-time marijuana users should be reduced to a $50 fine. Ted S. Warren The Associated Press
A ladybug crawls on a marijuana plant at Sea of Green Farms, a recreational pot grower in Seattle. Marijuana bills are making their way through the Kansas Legislature, and Wichita voters on April 7 will be asked whether penalties for first-time marijuana users should be reduced to a $50 fine. Ted S. Warren The Associated Press

Laws on marijuana use in Kansas likely to relax this year

March 16, 2015 11:32 AM