San Francisco Erased 8,123 Pot Convictions. Canada Is Another Story.

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A few months after California made it possible to clear cannabis-related convictions from people's records, San Francisco prosecutors realized the system wasn't working. Only 23 of the estimated 9,400 qualified individuals had applied in the first half of 2018, the city's district attorneyGeorge Gascon told HuffPost Canada in an interview. "People weren't coming forward becau

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