There’s a new study out supporting the hypothesis that legal marijuana means greater economic prosperity for cities and counties.
Hands off our weed.
Alameda has become the latest jurisdiction after San Francisco to dismiss or reduce past marijuana convictions in light of cannabis legalization, even without a formal petition.
This is a pattern, experts say; a lamentable phenomenon emerging across the state.
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Blythe, California is the last stop en route from the Golden State to Arizona. It’s poor. It’s desolate. It’s moribund. But could marijuana be its answer?
A growing chorus of California counties have said they will automatically expunge past marijuana convictions in the wake of statewide cannabis legalization.