Articles tagged with "pardons"
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President Biden’s marijuana ‘review’ could be a deadly trapBruce Barcott - Published on October 13, 2022Read more
Pardoning 6,000 prisoners is a win. We’ll take it. But that “review” of marijuana’s Schedule I status could end in disaster.
Why is Biden’s pardon important for Latinx people and Latin America?Benzinga - Published on October 7, 2022Read more
Biden’s decision to pardon simple marijuana offenses is sure to impact the Latinx community and Latin America. Read more to find out how.
President Biden commutes sentences of 9 marijuana prisonersMax Savage Levenson - Published on April 26, 2022Read more
Of the 78 people whose sentences were reduced, 9 involved cannabis offenses.
Entertainers and athletes double down on Presidential request for mass cannabis pardonsCalvin Stovall - Published on September 20, 2021Read more
Athletes and entertainers help The Weldon Project remind President Biden about cannabis expungements and campaign promises.
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.
Nevada governor pardons thousands of past cannabis convictionsChris Kudialis - Published on June 22, 2020Read more
Gov. Steve Sisolak’s move restores opportunities in financial aid, housing, voting, and other life basics previously denied.