New Marijuana Law Could Mean Profound Changes for Individuals With Past Convictions
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New Hampshire decriminalized the possession of small amounts of marijuana – three-quarters or less of an ounce – in 2017. But many people in the state are still carrying criminal records from before the decriminalization of the drug.
A new law creates a pathway for some of those people to clear their records. Heather Marie Brown is one of the people who might benefit from the new law and she sat down with All Things Considered Host Peter Biello.