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The governor of Michigan has granted clemency to four currently incarcerated people who are serving time for non-violent drug offenses, including Michael Thompson, a 69-year-old man whose lengthy sentence for marijuana has been widely criticized by advocates and the state's attorney general.
A major congressional caucus is rolling out a new agenda that includes legalizing marijuana within the first six months of 2021.
Rep. Kwanza Hall (D-GA) introduced a bill to expunge all federal records for people with non-violent drug convictions on Wednesday.
Seven in ten Americans support clearing the records of people with non-violent marijuana convictions, according to a new poll.
The U.S. House of Representatives approved a bill to federally legalize marijuana in a historic vote on Friday.
A key House committee advanced a bill to federally legalize marijuana on Wednesday, clearing its path to a floor vote that leadership said will come on Friday. While several amendments…
So what exactly does the Attorney General do, and why do cannabis advocates care who occupies this powerful appointed position?