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State ballot questions can wipe away federal convictions??
They should complete their sentences for the crime of which they were convicted.
Suppose a person gets a traffic ticket for failing to stop at a stop sign. He is convicted and fined $50.00 and court costs. The city then decides to move the stop signs to the other intersecting street allowing traffic to flow where the person had blown through the stop sign. Should that person get his $50.00 and court costs refunded? Of course not. Changing the stop signs does not change the fact that the person broke the law.
If the Gubber-nor Moonbeam wants to pardon all those people, he can do so.
Poor drug dealer.
The same thing that happens to all the income I previously paid in tax after income tax rates are lowered — nothing.
It’s all about big pharma, nothing more and nothing less. Stop pot so you can continue to push the addictive - and oh so destructive pills. Alaska has already taken the proper steps and just because California is so screwed up in so many ways I cannot find anything wrong with this initiative.
Obama has already let out countless drug related criminals from federal prisons lately.
The war on drugs needs to end.
It ruins the lives of young people.
It puts police officers in danger.
It destabilizes Mexico.
You should be able to poison your own body and sell to other dopes over age 18.
DUI needs to remain a crime.
Possession at the workplace of your employer might remain a crime.
The laws should be changed to permit reviews of past convictions and to allow appropriate prisoner releases.
Criminal records of a released person might be scrubbed upon the payment of a small fee, such as $50.
6000 jail beds could be freed up for more deserving criminals. Time served would be fine by me.