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The senator's new policy represents the most ambitious and detailed plan of any presidential candidate thus far.
How does one go about getting his or her minor marijuana conviction erased from their permanent record? Here are the basic details.
Kamala Harris' legislation represents the one of the most progressive marijuana reform plans among 2020 Democratic presidential candidates.
Prosecutors have announced plans to automatically dismiss or reduce marijuana-related convictions in L.A. and San Joaquin counties.
The initiative of government officials to do this on their own is a great indicator that the tides continue to change in favor of cannabis and against the once prominent stigma that surrounded it.
New York has been slow moving on passing progressive cannabis legislation the past few years, but it has recently stepped up its game and the city and state have made some monumental strides.
This week, the California Senate passed legislation that would require its Justice Department to comb past marijuana convictions, and examine whether they should be expunged or reduced.
San Francisco revealed the city would dismiss and seal past marijuana convictions. Now Seattle’s mayor said they too would provide “restorative justice” to the city.
The city announced this week it would apply those laws to all past marijuana-related cases and will either remove or reduce individuals’ convictions.