As part of Martin Luther King Jr. festivities on Monday, President Joe Biden delivered a keynote speech at the National Action Network’s annual MLK breakfast. Introduced by Reverand Al Sharpton, Biden talked about his administration’s work on civil rights and its ability to improve the lives of Black Americans and others while being fiscally responsible. 

As an example of a campaign promise fulfilled – to provide relief to those who’ve been criminalized over cannabis – Biden referred to his October pardons of some 6,500 federal prisoners convicted …

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