President Joe Biden reiterated his stance on the criminalization of marijuana during a Black History Month event on Monday, reported Marijuana Moment.

This time he focused on the fact that minorities often face unequal enforcement of drug laws.

"I'm keeping my promise: No one should be in prison for the mere possession of marijuana," Biden said, referring to his last year's announcement that he would pardon all prior federal offenses of simple marijuana possession.

"Too many minorities are in prison for that," the president continued, adding that "we should pardon them, expunge their records as if it never happened so …

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