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Marijuana legalization encourages police dog retirement May 29, 2021

Marijuana legalization encourages police dog retirement

Richmond, Virginia (AP) — In states where marijuana has been legalized, asking dogs to sniff nose no longer works. As Virginia prepares to legalize adult possession of up to 1 ounce of marijuana on July 1, drug detection police dogs across the state follow trends in other states where the legalization has placed K-9. I am forced to retire early. Grazing earlier than planned. Virginia began a rush to withdraw marijuana-detecting dogs from service before lawmakers voted to speed up the legalization schedule. Another law, which came into force in March, caused police to remove marijuana from service. It is forbidden to stop or search for people just because of the smell. Virginia police have retired 13 K-9s, but many small police stations and sheriffs’ offices have retired one or two dogs. Most dogs are buying and training new dogs to detect only illicit drugs such as cocaine, heroin, and methamphetamine. Some departments have disbanded K-9 units because they...

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