Expunge All Marijuana Crimes Automatically

As recreational marijuana becomes legal state by state across the country, something groundbreaking is occurring beneath the surface that has very little to do with the cannabis itself.

Now that marijuana is legal in 10 states, as well as the District of Columbia, states are faced with a question: how are we to deal with the thousands of people who have acquired marijuana related crimes on their record since the 1930s? A criminal record can hold individuals back in many aspects of life including, but not limited to, applying for jobs and loans, the ability to vote and someone’s eligibility for welfare. Should these citizens remain restrained by an outdated crime, while others profit and reap the benefits of legal marijuana?

Read the full article by Maxwell Zeff from The Daily Collegian here.

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