Oregon Gov. Kate Brown announced Monday that she will pardon an estimated 45,000 people convicted of simple possession of marijuana, a month after President Joe Biden did the same under federal law.
“Nobody deserves to be forever saddled with the consequences of a conviction for simple possession of marijuana — a crime that’s off the books in Oregon,” said Brown, who also has more than $14 million in unpaid fines and fees waived.
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