Seth Rogen Explains National Expungement Week

CALIFORNIA: Actor/Producer Seth Rogentalks about the importance of National Expungement Week (N.E.W.), from September 21-28, 2019, in a new PSA released today.   Rogen, whose cannabis brand Houseplant is a presenting sponsor of the nationwide effort, breaks down how millions of Americans with convictions can lose access to housing, employment, education, public assistance, and voting rights long after sentences have been served, in the video clip.

N.E.W. is a week of close to 40 events across the U.S. that offer expungement and other forms of legal relief to some of the 77 million Americans with convictions on their records.  N.E.W. events will offer as many wraparound services as possible to restore people’s rights and lift up communities.

Besides Houseplant, N.E.W. is made possible by Canopy Growth Corporation, dozens of local sponsors and partners, and the tireless work of community-based organizations dedicated to repairing harms of the War on Drugs. For more information, please visit or @expungementweek on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Find us at #offtherecordus and #NEWeek19.


Cindy Brady Actress On Marijuana: ‘I Grew It’

CALIFORNIA:  Susan Olsen who played Cindy on “The Brady Bunch” was an illegal pot grower. The 53-year-old actress told that she and her then-husband grew it hydroponically.

“I have never really enjoyed smoking it, it makes me paranoid,” she said. “But it was my husband’s idea. It was really fascinating and I’ve always been into ‘gardening’ and it’s such a complicated, wonderfully fascinating plant.

“But that was one of the reasons why I did leave my husband, because it just bothered me too much that we were doing something so illegal.”