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Missouri voters consider forgiveness for past weed crimes

Missouri becomes the first state to pass a voter-led effort to require courts to automatically pardon past marijuana offenses as part of a constitutional amendment to legalize recreation pots on a November ballot There is a possibility. Of the 19 states where recreational marijuana is legal, only seven of her states require some kind of judicial pardon for those who commit decriminalized crimes, advocacy groups say. The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws states: Lawmakers from California, Connecticut, Vermont, Illinois, New York, New Jersey and Rhode Island have taken action to offer amnesty for past marijuana crimes.