Articles tagged with "Last Prisoner Project"
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NFL’s Laremy Tunsil is selling a gas mask NFT to help cannabis prisonersCalvin Stovall - Published on April 28, 2022Read more
The Houston Texans lineman lost millions on Draft Day 2016 after a leaked video showed him using weed. Now he’s reclaiming the narrative.
Marine vet seeks mercy from NJ governor over weed charges and delayed cannabis careerChristopher Minaya - Published on January 26, 2022Read more
Mario Ramos survived local drug wars and the US military, yet he’s still paying the cost for America’s failed War on Drugs.
Last Prisoner Project urges NJ governor to free cannabis prisonersCalvin Stovall - Published on January 12, 2022Read more
Will Governor Murphy step up and stop the suffering caused by the failed War on Drugs?
The Roll-up #214: Let’s get Mom out of prisonLeafly Podcasts - Published on November 19, 2021Read more
This week: Last Prisoner Project attorney Chiara Juster joins us to discuss a pressing case for one mother’s freedom.
Free Rudi Gammo: Michiganders demand Gov. Whitmer pardon medical marijuana prisonerDavid Bienenstock - Published on August 31, 2021Read more
The City of Detroit gave him a medical marijuana license, but an overzealous prosecutor put him in prison. (Photo courtesy of Last Prisoner Project)
This plumber was sentenced to 12 years for growing marijuana in a legal state. How is that possible?Dave Howard - Published on March 30, 2021Read more
Outdated drug war laws and a secondary offense led to Thomas Laverty’s outrageous sentence.
How Corvain Cooper went from life in prison to presidential pardonDanté Jordan - Published on March 1, 2021Read more
Corvain Cooper was a non-violent cannabis prisoner until he received a presidential pardon. Learn more about his story on Leafly.
He was serving a life sentence for cannabis. Then he got a phone call from Ivanka TrumpDave Howard - Published on January 22, 2021Read more
Craig Cesal is living proof of how ludicrous America’s war on drugs became.
Trump pardoned 12 cannabis prisoners on his way out. Here are their storiesDave Howard - Published on January 20, 2021Read more
On his final day in office, Donald Trump pardoned 12 federal marijuana prisoners serving outrageous sentences.
America’s longest-serving cannabis prisoner enjoys first days of freedomThe Associated Press - Published on December 15, 2020Read more
After serving 31 years, 71-year-old Richard DeLisi enjoyed a Jack’s cheeseburger and breakfast with his son.