America doesn’t have 40,000 cannabis prisoners
By Alex Halperin
Jul 1, 2022
Jul 1, 2022
The idea that ‘No one should be locked up for a plant’ is both a cherished belief in cannabis circles and a central argument for the legal industry’s existence. Since its founding in 2019, Last Prisoner Project, a non-profit brainchild of...
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