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Finally, WA justices clear past misdemeanor convictions for pot possession

solus

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https://www.apnews.com/6f0ce87740004e18965a720426a7188e

While specifics on how those Washingtonians go about clearing their past convictions after, "...all seven judges of the Seattle Municipal Court signed an order Sept. 11 setting out a process for vacating the cases."

Finally, there are signs the Federal 'war on drugs' is nothing but smoke and mirrors, like the Prohibition activities of the early 1900s and those penalized, normally people of colour, by over zealous enforcement.

https://www.seattletimes.com/seattl...a-convictions-prosecuted-before-legalization/

https://www.usnews.com/news/politic...uana-possession-convictions-dismisses-charges
 

OC for ME

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City Attorney Pete Holmes has apologized for bringing marijuana to his “drug-free workplace,” the city of Seattle.

https://www.seattletimes.com/seattl...ete-holmes-apologizes-for-taking-pot-to-work/
Self serving! We don't need no liberal politician having to flip burgers...no QI for rolling a fatty...no? Now, if a individual liberty centric citizen were to do that which Mr Pete Holmes did would be hounded by liberal politicians into that burger flipping job...no?

This pot legalization issue is not a war on drug issue...soon the feds will put their hand in the back pocket of pot growers and distributors/retailers and withdraw that fat wallet...no?
 

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