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Green Entrepreneur

Dec 10, 2020

In 2012, Evelyn LaChapelle, a college graduate, mother of a young child, and former bank employee was sentenced to 87 months in prison for depositing checks for a black market weed dealer. Now she is on the advisory board of the Last Prisoner Project a nonprofit devoted to criminal justice reform for over 40,000 people incarcerated for cannabis crimes at all stages, including clemency, release, reentry, and record expunging. This is her incredible story.