LOCAL GOVERNMENT

Killeen and Harker Heights city council members on Tuesday are scheduled to consider options to enforcing Proposition A — a measure that decriminalizes possession of small amounts of marijuana.

Their actions come two weeks after voters in both cities approved the measure by nearly 70 percent — and as activists threaten recalls and referendums if the ordinance created by Proposition A is amended or repealed.

pbryant@kdhnews.com | 254-501-7460

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Hacksaw

You dopers are going to be in for a few surprises. Proposition A did not "decriminalize" anything. Possession of marijuana is still illegal. All this proposition does is prohibit Killeen Police Department from doing their job.

Get pulled over by Bell County Sheriff Deputies, Constables, or DPS Troopers and you're going to jail. It's just that simple.

As for the city council repealing the ordinance, I doubt you've got anything to worry about. If they had any integrity it never would have come about to begin with.

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