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Los Angeles County's district attorney has asked a judge to dismiss and seal the records of 62,000 felony cannabis convictions for cases as early as 1961 — as well as 3,700 misdemeanor cannabis possession cases.

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Finally something I can't critique Great idea! They should pay them for their time for their loss of freedom, and other things punitively that resulted as a result of the conviction. Some people got life in prison for one measely joint, and died in there ! Good job LA DA Thanks Wow Removing felony convictions will put more guns in the hands of these ex-felons. But go on with your gun control pandering.

Yes! goldietaylor Then we have to deal with health care real health care SCHOOL and homelessness affordable living Thank you!

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Geez, I thought that was a automatic get out of jail free thing since it's LEGAL HERE! I'm glad they're doing this. 'An illegal plant.' Even if you dont support cannabis just repeat that over and over again. Good. I will point out that each of those cases cost each of those victims of that prohibition about $5000 in legal fees minimum.

Good. Weed was only criminalized because of racists. Awesome! Getting rapist and murderers off the streets is more important! Thank you!!!! Thank you!!! Thank you!!!

NPR Choice pageDefundNPR The people who lied to start the war and the ones who profit from it are safe and warm with their families st home, unlike the family of the dead and the service members detailed to handle the untidy business of shuffling dead soldiers home unnoticed by most American media. The heart breaking part of the job I am glad that Presidents do. They (and US) must never forget those are real people coming back.

NPR Choice pageThis is SCANDALOUS! I heard this report, it was really dumb. With all the news in the world, this seemed like a waste of time. . Some scientists have more protective feelings over flies than the human DNAed

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NPR Choice pageGet off your high cat My cat is obsessed with me.

NPR Choice pageKlobuchar has 7 Sanders wins the most votes in each of the first two states, yet has fewer delegates. DNC hypocrisy confirmed. not saying the system is fucked... but the system is fucked.



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