Should people convicted of marijuana-related crimes have their records expunged? | The Tylt
Despite changing attitudes toward cannabis—five states are voting to legalize medical or recreational marijuana in the 2018 midterms and roughly 62 percent of Americans support some form of legalization—millions of Americans still struggle to find employment, housing and financial assistance due to previous marijuana-related criminal convictions. Activists say these people should no longer be considered convicted criminals, as their actions are no longer categorized as crimes. Opponents argue they were crimes before, and they should be treated as criminals now. What do you think?
Should people convicted of marijuana-related crimes have their records expunged?
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