A proposal to allow those with past cannabis convictions to have them sealed from their record – meaning they wouldn’t appear in background checks – was approved with a 3 to 2 vote by Colorado’s Senate Judiciary Committee. The proposal, Senate Bill 218, would allow anyone with a past cannabis conviction that’s now legal under …
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