Articles tagged with "clemency"
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Marine vet seeks mercy from NJ governor over weed charges and delayed cannabis careerChristopher Minaya - Published on January 26, 2022Read more
Mario Ramos survived local drug wars and the US military, yet he’s still paying the cost for America’s failed War on Drugs.
Last Prisoner Project urges NJ governor to free cannabis prisonersCalvin Stovall - Published on January 12, 2022Read more
Will Governor Murphy step up and stop the suffering caused by the failed War on Drugs?
America’s longest-held cannabis captive Richard DeLisi will be set free in DecemberFatma Khaled - Published on November 10, 2020Read more
Richard DeLisi was sentenced to 98 years in prison for marijuana trafficking in Florida. He’ll be freed early in December 2020.
You can help free America’s cannabis prisoners. Here’s howBruce Barcott - Published on August 6, 2020Read more
Yes, people are in prison just for marijuana. Here are their names and what you can do to help release them.
Urgent appeal: Free marijuana prisoner Michael Thompson before he dies of COVID-19Bill Levers and Jeff Levers - Published on June 11, 2020Read more
The Michigan man, 69, sold three pounds of weed in 1994. Call Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to set him free before he dies.
Colorado Eyes Freeing Inmates With Nonviolent Cannabis OffensesThe Associated Press - Published on February 7, 2018Read more
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper is exploring the idea of granting clemency to nearly 40 inmates convicted of nonviolent marijuana offenses.
The Shake: Who Was Behind the Toronto Raids? And the Dutch Can’t Handle German Cannabis DemandLeafly Staff - Published on June 8, 2016Read more
Voters weigh in on a controversial California ballot measure, a federal prisoner walks free, and a Colorado bill to require MMJ in schools becomes law.