- HB 254 by Thompson reducing penalties for possession of less than a gram of a controlled substance: $105.2 million.
- HB 3326 by Thompson reducing penalties for low-level drug possession and prostitution along with adjusting theft thresholds for inflation: $163.8 million.
- HB 2165 by Simpson legalizing pot and treating it like tomatoes: $71.2 million to the state, much more to counties and cities.
- HB 507 by Moody reducing possession of less than an ounce of pot from a Class B misdemeanor to a civil penalty: $1.9 million, plus a net positive to counties.
N.b., the fiscal note on Simpson's legalize-it bill only includes cost reductions but no sales tax revenues from the inevitable increased economic activity which would come from opening up a new domestic agricultural market. The real benefit to the state budget would be much higher.
There's really quite an impressive array of bills suggesting reduced criminal penalties (and several other topics, including warrants for the government to access cell-phone location data) on today's House Criminal Jurisprudence Committee agenda, check them out.