A list compiled by an addiction treatment organization lists Nebraska as one of the nation's most strict when it comes to marijuana arrests.
Addiction-treatment.com compared federal numbers from the FBI and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).
According to the data, Nebraska reported 10,996 marijuana arrests for each 100,000 users.
That puts the state sixth, under Maryland, Mississippi, Louisiana, New York and Illinois.
Iowa came in at the low end of the scale, reporting 4,971 marijuana arrests per 100,000 users.
Explore their research at the link below.
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