420 with CNW – Senate Housing Bill Proposes Protections for Marijuana Extractors

April 1, 2020 16:20:58

Marijuana has been illegal at the federal level for quite a while. It is the world’s most used drug, and over the years, a lot of people have found themselves facing marijuana-related charges. However, more and more states have legalized marijuana in various capacities, and this throws into question how to treat people with marijuana-related convictions.

Some are of the opinion that their records should be expunged and that individuals currently serving time for marijuana-related convictions have their rulings overturned. Most legal marijuana programs use part of the tax revenue from sales to address this, but there’s still a long way to go. Still, there’s a lot of stigma, even in states that have legalized marijuana. This has been especially felt in…


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