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Sunday, October 22, 2017


Sarah Palin

The sale or distribution of marijuana is still a crime in Alaska, but possession of up to four ounces in one’s home and  up to 24 private, noncommercial growing plants are acceptable under state law passed in 1975. Shortly thereafter the state’s Supreme Court became the first and only court to say that the right to privacy in the state’s Constitution protects an individual’s right to possess marijuana in one’s home for personal use.

AP Photo/Carolyn Kasher

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