ACTION ALERT: Support sealing of conviction records for marijuana offenses!

background-check-formA late bill favorable to marijuana has been introduced in the Colorado Senate. SB218 allows anyone who was convicted of a marijuana offense that would not have been illegal had Amendment 64 been in effect at that time to request sealing of the conviction record. It’s being heard today (Wednesday) in the Senate Judiciary Committee! Show your support by calling, emailing, or testifying!

SB-218 Seal Marijuana Convictions Legal Amendment 64
Senate Judiciary Committee
Wednesday, April 30
1:30 p.m.
Colorado Capitol, Senate Committee Room 356

View SB-218 here: http://www.leg.state.co.us/Clics/CLICS2014A/csl.nsf/fsbillcont3/F265635282EA16DB87257CBD00785BD9?Open&file=218_01.pdf

2014 Colorado Senate Judiciary Committee

Lucia Guzman (Chair)
lucia.guzman.senate@state.co.us
Capitol Phone: 303-866-4862

Linda Newell (Vice Chair)
linda.newell.senate@gmail.com
Capitol Phone: 303-866-4846

Michael Johnston
mike.johnston.senate@state.co.us
Capitol Phone: 303-866-4864

Steve King
steve.king.house@state.co.us
Capitol Phone: 303-866-3077

Kevin Lundberg
senatorlundberg@gmail.com
kevin@kevinlundberg.com
Capitol Phone: 303-866-4853

Staff Contact: Hillary Smith
Phone: (303) 866-3277
E-mail: hillary.smith@state.co.us



Categories: ACTION!, Advocacy, Colorado, Law Enforcement, Policy & Politics, War on Drugs

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1 reply

  1. SB-218 passed out of the Judiciary Committee on a 3-2 vote. It now moves onto Appropriations. Thank you everyone for your support!

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