Polis Pardons Pot Convictions

Those convicted of one ounce of pot possession at state level before 2012 are cleared

With the signing of an executive order on Oct. 1, Governor Jared Polis granted pardons to over 2,000 people who were convicted of possessing one ounce or less of marijuana prior to the passing of Amendment 64. In this first of its kind action, bill sponsors and industry members alike are hopeful this will impact the lives of Coloradans directly and help others around the nation. However, the pardon only applies to those who were convicted of possession at the state level in Colorado, and individuals convicted of municipal marijuana crimes, or arrested or issued a summons without conviction, a

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