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Salt Lake Tribune
Rep. Mike Noel says he'll seek a presidential pardon to clear the ...Salt Lake Tribune(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) Rep. Mike Noel, R-Kanab delights in having his tie signed by U.S. President Donald Trump at the Utah Capitol on Monday, Dec. 4, 2017, following Trump's signing of two presidential proclamations to shrink ...and more »

Cannabis Now
CA District Attorneys Debate Clearing Pot ConvictionsCannabis NowWhen Proposition 64 passed in November 2016, hundreds of thousands of people got the opportunity to clear their criminal records of marijuana convictions. But clearing those records hasn't been easy — and while cities like San Francisco are moving to ...and more »

Armenian Bar Free Clinic: Clearing Criminal RecordsMassisPostEntitled “New Beginnings: A Guide to Clearing Criminal Records,” the February 3rd free clinic is designed to serve an often-overlooked and routinely-shunned section of the community. Some individuals who are stigmatized by their seemingly permanent and ...

ACLU (blog)
San Francisco's DA Is Clearing Thousands of Marijuana Convictions. Others Around the Country Should Do the Same.ACLU (blog)This system also imposes on millions of people harsh, unfair, and long-lasting consequences for having a criminal record. But it's within the power of local prosecutors to start dismantling this machine – even without changing a single law. San ...San Francisco DA to Dismiss Thousands of Marijuana Convictionsmg Cannabis Retailerall 3 news articles »

The San Diego Union-Tribune
County moving forward with criminal-record reductions in Prop. 64 marijuana casesThe San Diego Union-TribuneIn San Diego County, a partnership between the district attorney's office and the public defender identified about 55 people who were incarcerated (some serving sentences up to 18 years) or on formal probation for crimes that Proposition 64 legalized ...

Amend the Valor ActCape Cod TimesIn an unusual application of the law, Stapleton also applied the Valor Act retroactively, clearing his criminal record as if he had never been accused. Bristol County District Attorney Thomas Quinn said he thinks the law could be improved. He said ...

DAs Making it Easier to Clear California Cannabis Convictions | LeaflyLeaflySan Francisco's DA is proactively expunging cannabis convictions, but other counties are waiting for people to come forward before acting.and more »
Meet the Press -February 18, 2018NBCNews.comHey Chuck let's be very clear. I have a D minus voting record, from the NRA. I lost an election probably, for congress here in Vermont back in 1988, because I believe we should not be selling or distributing assault weapons in this country. I am on ...and more »

San Francisco to Clear Thousands of Cannabis Convictions Dating Back to 1975MERRY JANEThousands of San Franciscans who have been arrested for low-level cannabis crimes over the past 40 years are about to have their criminal records cleared, thanks to a new plan by the city's District Attorney, George Gascón. On Wednesday, Gascón ...San Francisco Announces It Will Wipe Out Thousands of Marijuana ConvictionsObserverSan Francisco's Weed Convictions Decision Is A Huge Deal For People Of Color & Here's WhyBustleAcross California, cities releasing marijuana prisoners and dropping convictionsThe CannabistKMPH Fox 26 -San Francisco District Attorney's -SFGateall 366 news articles »

Darien Times
UPDATE: Darien football players granted record-clearing probation ...Darien TimesUPDATE Thursday, 12:30 — Darien football quarterback Jack Joyce must complete 34 hours of community service to complete his accelerated rehabilitation, his.and more »

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