SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (FOX 2) – Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer is signing multiple bills on Monday that will erase some crimes for people convicted of marijuana crimes.
Once signed into law, Michigan will automatically expunge criminal records and ease the application process for those convicted of marijuana offenses the sweeping “clean slate” bills.
Whitmer will sign six bills that will reform the state’s criminal justice system including one that will allow past marijuana offenses be expunged from the record. The bill does not apply to felony convictions that resulted in a sentence of ten years or more.
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