If Question 5 passes, a conviction for marijuana possession could severely damage one’s job and career prospects for years, writes former Kansas City councilman John Sharp.
If Question 5 passes, a conviction for marijuana possession could severely damage one’s job and career prospects for years, writes former Kansas City councilman John Sharp. Glen Stubbe AP
If Question 5 passes, a conviction for marijuana possession could severely damage one’s job and career prospects for years, writes former Kansas City councilman John Sharp. Glen Stubbe AP