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Baltimore Mayor “Appalled” at High Marijuana Arrests

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake of Baltimore has spoken out about the disproportionate arrests of African-Americans in marijuana offenses. "I believe the disproportionate rates say more about the inequity in our criminal justice system than it does about a need to legalize marijuana because we know African-Americans are not the only ethic group using the substance," said Rawlings.  (Photo: Rick Diamond/Getty Images)

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