Family, friends, supporters and reporters flocked to meet Jeff Mizanskey as he stepped out of the Jefferson City Correctional Center into a sunny morning, wearing a new pair of white tennis shoes and a shirt that read “I’m Jeff & I’m free.”
A study of siblings found no significant differences in brain volume between those who used marijuana and those who did not.
Mayor Jackons-Hicks is reporting a $5.7 million shortfall and layoff are likely.
The number of applications for medical marijuana cards has increased by 40 percent since March.
Both Mizanskey and his son were surprised the board turned a decision so quickly.
He’s been in jail since 1993 after his third strike for possession of marijuana, he may get a chance at parole now.
Jesus A. Carreno-Zamora was charged Wednesday with assault, attempted assault, resisting arrest, theft and possession of marijuana.
Jeff Mizanskey gets a second chance at freedom Aug. 6 when he goes before the Jefferson City Correctional Center parole board.
Narcotics investigators in Springfield say the city is seeing an influx of higher-grade marijuana from states where the drug is legal, particularly Colorado.
Medical Marijuana hasn’t been sold legally in Ill., yet, but business owners are worried about being liable for gun incidents at their stores.