Two months ago on The Cannabusiness Report, we did a segment about the fact that even though marijuana is legal in Colorado, there are still thousands of inmates serving time for weed convictions. But it looks like that's about to change. As a result of a recent Colorado Court of Appeals ruling, as many as 10,000 marijuana convictions could now potentially be overturned. In this segment, we discuss the situation with social justice journalist Matt Fleischer, as well as Patrick Mulligan, an attorney from Denver who is working to overturn marijuana convictions.

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