WHERE TO WATCH
San Francisco District Attorney Erases Marijuana Convictions Dating Back To 1975
March 5, 2019
San Francisco District Attorney, George Gascón, spoke to Cheddar Business about the more than 9,000 marijuana-related convictions dismissed by a computer algorithm.
ADP Survey Finds U.S. Companies Cut Back Sharply on Hiring in July
Feb 1, 2018
Other Cities Considering Following San Francisco's Lead in Clearing Marijuana Convictions
San Francisco District Attorney George Gascón says three other California cities reached out to his office after he announced this week the city is wiping out Marijuana convictions dating back to 1975. Cheddar's Baker Machado spoke with Gascón about why he felt it was so important to clear these convictions.
Jan 2, 2018
MedMen CEO Talks Marijuana Legalization in California
Starting at midnight on January 1, recreational marijuana became legal in California. Cannabis for medicinal purposes has been legal for more than two decades, but this legislation signals a change for the industry.
Mar 5, 2019
Cannabiz: New Possibilities For Those With Marijuana Convictions
San Francisco just became the first U.S. city to wipe out marijuana convictions. San Francisco District Attorney, George Gascón, spoke to Cheddar Business about the technology that helped erase more than 9,000 convictions, some dating back to 1975. And Dylan Hood, founder and CEO of the Two Million Feet of Hope Campaign, talked about his new initiative which includes a marijuana grow facility that employs people who have been incarcerated for cannabis-related offenses.