Mayors From Across Country Call On Feds To De-Schedule Marijuana

“Vacating these convictions serves as evidence that the criminal justice system acknowledges the racial disproportionality of enforcement of drug laws and is willing to address that injustice,” according to the mayors’ resolution that were adopted by the Conference’s Criminal and Social Justice Committee, which represents mayors of the 1,408 U.S. cities with populations of 30,000 or more.

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