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235K people could have their records expunged of marijuana charges

The "proposed law also directs courts to grant expungements in cases where a person was convicted for possessing an amount of marijuana that is now legally allowed. It also expands the types of crimes that people could seek expungement for, including convictions for growing or possessing with the intent to distribute."

More than 235,000 people could have their criminal records automatically cleared of low-level marijuana crimes under a bill set to be introduced in the Michigan Senate.
Read more at mLive.com
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