Luke Scarmazzo, left, and Ricardo Montes, center, convicted of illegally operating a marijuana dispensary, are asking President Barack Obama to release them from prison.
Luke Scarmazzo, left, and Ricardo Montes, center, convicted of illegally operating a marijuana dispensary, are asking President Barack Obama to release them from prison. Bart Ah You Modesto Bee file
Luke Scarmazzo, left, and Ricardo Montes, center, convicted of illegally operating a marijuana dispensary, are asking President Barack Obama to release them from prison. Bart Ah You Modesto Bee file

They’re serving 20 years for running a pot dispensary. Will Obama grant them clemency?

December 19, 2016 4:00 AM

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