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New campaign calls for marijuana possession convictions to go up in smoke

A May 2017 public opinion poll conducted by The Globe and Mail and Nanos Research found that 62 per cent of Canadians support, or somewhat support, the idea of issuing pardons to those with criminal records for possession.

The signatures will support a lobbying campaign to get the Senate to add an amendment to Bill C-45, The Cannabis Act, granting a full pardon. If that doesn’t work, the group will push for a new amnesty law … “Amnesty is important to level the playing field and to provide a measure of equity and equality here,” said Owusu-Bempah … People with criminal charges for possession can have trouble finding jobs and entering the U.S. It can also limit access to housing and prevent them from getting custody of children.

Original Article (CBC):
New campaign calls for marijuana possession convictions to go up in smoke
Artwork Fair Use: TJ Watt

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