Despite being an early leader on cannabis reform, Alaska lags behind other states when it comes to mitigating the harms done by marijuana prohibition. Seven years after legalization, many Alaskans are still saddled with criminal records for low-level marijuana possession. Twenty-four other states have already adopted reforms that facilitate the expungement or sealing of marijuana-related criminal convictions.
House Bill 28 is a small but necessary step toward justice in Alaska.
Alaska House Bill 28 provides justice for those harmed by marijuana prohibitionDownload
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