Griner freed, but other marijuana prisoners not; Biden cheers CT cannabis record clearing; MO legalization takes effect; Safe consumption case order
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President Joe Biden and other White House officials celebrated Connecticut’s move to clear tens of thousands of marijuana conviction records following his own federal cannabis pardons proclamation.
Lawmakers and advocates are cheering Brittney Griner’s being freed from Russian detention for cannabis vapes, but they’re also pushing President Joe Biden to do more to free other Americans who are still jailed for marijuana in Russia and at home in the U.S.
Missouri’s voter-approved marijuana legalization law officially took effect—but
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