Herring Believes Marijuana Decriminalization Could Come Next Year

(Richmond)- Virginia’s attorney general says he believes marijuana decriminalization is coming to the Commonwealth sooner than later. Mark Herring and Delegate Stephen Heretick spoke about the proposal with supporters in Norfolk yesterday. They say three-fourths of Virginians are okay with decriminalizing pot, which means 2020 could be the year everything changes. Herring says marijuana criminal enforcement costs taxpayers in the state over 80-million dollars a year.