There’s been a lot of good news on the cannabis front in Michigan. Nearly two years after Michigan voters approved the legalization of marijuana, Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed sweeping “Clean Slate” legislation in October to provide a fresh start for up to 235,000 Michigan residents with pot-related criminal records. And earlier this week, she commuted the sentence of Michael Thompson, who was put behind bars in 1996 for up to 60 years after selling three pounds of marijuana to an undercover cop, along with the sentences of three others with pot-related convictions.
Mmp News Author, Medical Marijuana Program Connection, 12/24/2020 21:55:00
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