Monday, June 1, 2020

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Cities Have Ignored Marijuana Crimes To Prevent COVID-19 Spread

The Baltimore State Attorney wrote a letter along with 30 prosecutors advocating for measures to decrease the number of incarcerated people in prisons to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

How Mainstream Media Reinforces Marijuana Stereotypes

A new study found that ‘ready-made’ images of what marijuana users are supposed to look like are indeed being used and reinforced by media.

Why Do So Many Americans Now Support Legalizing Marijuana?

In a study published this February, we examined a range of possible reasons, finding that the media likely had the greatest influence.

National Expungement Week Aims To Provide Reparations From War On Drugs

Even as legalization sweeps the nation, over half a million people are still losing their liberty, voting rights, and access to education, housing and future employment every year.

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