More state and local governments are signing onto not just marijuana legalization, but record expungement as well.

Though eleven states and Washington, D.C. have legalized recreational marijuana, the process of expunging prior cannabis convictions remains complicated and expensive, with methods to clear records varying widely between jurisdictions.

People with marijuana records may struggle to pay outstanding fines or locate documents from different courthouses -- if they are even aware at all that they are eligible for expungement.

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Alexander Lekhtman ~ MarijuanaMoment.net

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