Inslee pardons pot convictions of 13 Washington residents. Now lawmakers may clear criminal records for 200,000 more.

Taneesa Dunham, who still smokes medical marijuana in her Walla Walla apartment after a recent surgery, is one of just 13 in Washington who have received pardons for prior pot convictions from Gov. Inslee. (With her is Joon, a pit bull puppy)  Feb. 8, 2019

Legislation that would allow erasure of more than 226,000 misdemeanor marijuana convictions is being considered by state lawmakers.

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