Connecticut cops are facing the new decriminalization measures in their state that makes less than a half of an ounce of marijuana in the state a civil offense, worthy of a ticket for $150. Now Police Chief Anthony Salvatore of the Cromwell police force and the co-chair for the Connecticut Cheifs of Police Association says that it is a problem for police in the state since they do not have enough certified scales. The new legislation takes effect on July 1st and the police say they will need a surefire system for determining whether someone has more than a half an ounce of marijuana.
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Connecticut Police Need Certified Scales Due to Decriminalization