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Oregon Governor Pardons 45,000 Marijuana Convicts

(Salem, OR) -- Forty-five-thousand people in Oregon convicted of simple possession of marijuana are being pardoned. Governor Kate Brown says no one deserves to be forever saddled with the impacts of a conviction for simple possession of marijuana. 14-million dollars in total fines are being forgiven. The pardons apply to pre-2016 cases involving less than one ounce of marijuana for people 21 and older. It must be the only charge and there can't be any victims. The pardon does not apply to any other marijuana related offenses.

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