Washington House OKs Bill to Vacate Some Marijuana Convictions
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Washington House OKs Bill to Vacate Some Marijuana Convictions

People with previous misdemeanor marijuana possession convictions in Washington state are a step closer to more easily having those convictions vacated.

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April 17, 2019

OLYMPIA, Wash. — People with previous misdemeanor marijuana possession convictions in Washington state are a step closer to more easily having those convictions vacated.

The bill passed the House on a bipartisan 69-29 vote Tuesday. Because the House amended the measure, the bill heads back to the Senate — where it passed last month — for a final vote.

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