Jeff Mizanskey spoke Tuesday after being released from the Jefferson City Correctional Center, after serving nearly two decades of a life sentence for a marijuana-related charge. His release followed years of lobbying by relatives, lawmakers and others who argued that the sentence was too stiff and that marijuana should not be forbidden.
Jeff Mizanskey spoke Tuesday after being released from the Jefferson City Correctional Center, after serving nearly two decades of a life sentence for a marijuana-related charge. His release followed years of lobbying by relatives, lawmakers and others who argued that the sentence was too stiff and that marijuana should not be forbidden. Justin L. Stewart The Associated Press
Jeff Mizanskey spoke Tuesday after being released from the Jefferson City Correctional Center, after serving nearly two decades of a life sentence for a marijuana-related charge. His release followed years of lobbying by relatives, lawmakers and others who argued that the sentence was too stiff and that marijuana should not be forbidden. Justin L. Stewart The Associated Press

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