In California, people convicted of marijuana offenses face a lifetime of collateral consequences, from barriers to employment, housing, student loans, and occupational licensing, to deportation and even having their families broken up. The Drug Policy Alliance is organizing a series of legal clinics to help clear people’s criminal records of charges that are no longer crimes under Proposition 64, the 2016 ballot initiative that we spearheaded to end marijuana prohibition and create a regulated market for adult use. These clinics will not only provide relief to thousands of people , they will also help us as we advance state policy reform to make the record clearing process automatic.