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Biden touts cannabis pardons for Black community (Newsletter: November 3, 2022)

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President Joe Biden, pressed on what he has done to help the Black community since taking office, immediately cited his marijuana pardons proclamation—but appeared to overstate its impact by conflating the move with expungement.

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy (D) said the state should “revisit” its criminalization of growing marijuana at home for personal use—but not until the commercial cannabis industry is “on its feet.”

Maryland’s House Cannabis Referendum and Legalization Workgroup discussed other states’ marijuana equity policies

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