Federal cannabis prisoners who qualify for President Biden’s mass pardon can now begin applying for a “certificate of proof” demonstrating that they’re eligible for clemency.

The online application, which is run through the Office of the Pardon Attorney’s website, “allows eligible persons to submit documentation to the Office of the Pardon Attorney and receive a certificate indicating the person was pardoned on Oct. 6, 2022, for simple possession of marijuana.”

The DOJ noted in its Friday announcement that the pardon does not apply to state marijuana convictions, of which there remain ten of thousands around the country.

In order to qualify for this pardon, one had to have been charged or convicted with simple possession of marijuana before October 6, …

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