By Q McCray
WASHINGTON (ABC7) — In the shadow of the US Department of Housing and Urban Development members of DC Marijuana Justice spoke and smoked in protest.
“The federal government is discriminating against people in public housing,” said Adam Eidinger, the president of DCMJ, which spearheaded Initiative 71 that legalized cannabis in the District of Columbia.
In DC, growing and using small amounts of pot in the privacy of your own home is legal, but not if you’re a tenant of public housing.
“It’s their house,” Eidinger said. “It’s the last place they should be telling them what they can and cannot have.”
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