Will minority communities be ashed out of the legal pot business?

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A marijuana advocacy group NORML (The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws) based in Hyde Park is fighting to make sure that communities of color benefit from the legal pot industry after suffering for decades under drug policies that resulted in mass incarceration. Donte Townsend, the Communications Director for the Chicago Chapter of NORML joins The Sean Green Show to discuss their mission.

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