Kansas Offers Cannabis Legal Forgiveness???

Kansas is taking first step toward ending a losing battle the drug war . . .

House Bill 2363, sponsored by Miller, a Topeka Democrat, along with 34 other representatives, would release anyone convicted for marijuana-related offenses from their sentence, and allow the expungement of marijuana-related convictions and arrest records from Kansans’ records. The bill would go into effect July 1, 2023.

The bill stipulates that anyone serving probation, parole, prison or jail sentences, along with other marijuana-related sentencing,  would be immediately released, with their arrest records and marijuana convictions expunged and purged from all applicable state and federal systems, according to the bill language.

“It doesn’t legalize it per se, but it eliminates the serving a sentence punishment,” Miller said.

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