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Expanding the 420 Celebration with Nationwide Pardons and Green Empire: The Card Game

By Mike Mankiewicz

Maryland has taken a monumental step towards justice by pardoning 175,000 residents with prior cannabis convictions. The implications of this decision extend far beyond Maryland’s borders, serving as a powerful example for other states to follow. It recognizes that the criminalization of cannabis was a mistake, and rectifying this error is a giant step towards a more just society.

A Call to Action for Other States

It’s time for other states to take notice and follow Maryland’s lead! Governors and lawmakers across the nation should be urged to enact similar measures. The benefits are clear: enhancing social justice, aligning legal records with societal norms, and opening up economic opportunities by selling fun gadgets.

Expanding the 420 Celebration: A Monthly Observance

4/20 has long been celebrated by cannabis enthusiasts, and it’s time to expand the significance of this date. What if, instead of a single day, we recognized the 20th of every month as a day to celebrate the pardoning of individuals for cannabis convictions?

Monthly Celebrations with CBD-Infused Coffee and Green Empire: The Card Game

States could highlight the efforts being made to expunge records and pardon individuals each month, showcasing success stories and the positive impacts on communities. Imagine turning the 20th of every month into a festive occasion!

Picture this! Serving CBD-infused coffee and edibles to enhance relaxation and well-being. For those interested in a bit of fun and strategy, introduce “Green Empire: The Card Game,” a new and engaging game that can be played using a simple deck of cards.

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Celebrating Freedom and Justice

A monthly 420 celebration would honor those who have been pardoned for something that never should have been a crime in the first place. Communities could come together to support those who have been impacted, share their stories, and advocate for further change.

It would be a time to reflect on the importance of freedom, justice, and the ongoing fight for equality. Let’s celebrate progress, advocate for justice, and ensure that those who have been unfairly penalized can finally enjoy the freedom they deserve.

We might even get a new reality show!


Mike Mankiewicz
Mike Mankiewicz
Mike Mankiewicz shares his funny outlook on Fridays. Mike worked in the radio for 35 years which is why he is such a smart alec. He loves to make fun of everything including himself. He will write about PC gaming, easy recipes, why free movies kick booty, why people act so goofy sometimes, and always remember laughter is good for the soul!
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