Montana Supreme Court OKs Temporary Rules For Cannabis Expungement

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The Montana Supreme Court on Tuesday issued temporary rules related to expungement procedures for individuals previously convicted for a pot-related offense. Greg Gianforte signed House Bill 701 to implement the new adult-use cannabis program. By the end of the opening month, recreational pot sales had generated almost $12.9 million in Montana. But the expungement process has seen a few hiccups since the law began. The successful launch was a result of staff’s hard work and planning over the past six month to meet the challenges of implementing HB 701,” Barbour told the Independent Record at the time.

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The Montana Supreme Court on Tuesday issued temporary rules related to expungement procedures for individuals previously convicted for a pot-related offense.

As reported by local television station KPAX, the new adult-use recreational cannabis law in Montana “says anyone convicted of an offense that would now be legal in the state can petition to have their conviction...

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