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Canadians With Marijuana Convictions Will Still Have To Wait For Pardons

Canadians have a lot to celebrate, as the country is now one of only a few in the world to legalize cannabis. But for those with pot possession convictions, they’ll still be waiting for the opportunity to even apply for a pardon

Seattle Throws Out More Than 500 Marijuana Convictions

In an indicative move, a Seattle judged recently moved to vacate misdemeanor pot violations ranging from 1996 to 2010.

New Jersey Cannabis Prosecutions Put On Pause

The New York Attorney General told prosecutors to hold off on all cases of arrest that revolved around cannabis while marijuana law is further discussed and put into place.

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