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Federal Cannabis Prosecutions Declining, Scotus Report Says (newsletter: January 1, 2020)

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Federal cannabis prosecutions declining, SCOTUS report says (Newsletter: January 1, 2020)

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January 1, 2020

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“These 11,017 misdemeanor convictions represent individuals who have carried around with them a stain on their records for possessing less than 30 grams of cannabis – a stain that has very often prevented them from obtaining housing or jobs or benefits.”

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