San Francisco To Expunge Over 9,000 Old Marijuana Convictions Now That It’s Legal There

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According to an article in HuffPost , the city of San Francisco is on track to expunge over 9,000 convictions for past marijuana offenses as part of the 2016 state law that legalized the plant’s use for recreational purposes. Under California’s Proposition 64, which made marijuana made legal for adult recreational consumption, legal authorities were also granted the ability to clear any past convictions related to marijuana off of people’s records.

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