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On Wednesday, November 20th, a House cannabis bill passed in committee. The bill would decriminalize cannabis and grant states rights to determine laws.
Presidential candidate Joe Biden recently rehashed one of the most common cannabis myths. He called cannabis a “gateway drug” during a campaign event.
It is important to examine where presidential candidates stand on legalization to begin to understand the future of American cannabis politics.
The SAFE cannabis banking act would make cannabis banking possible for businesses. It would allow financial institutions to deal with cannabis businesses.
A proposed bill would allow federal employees to access medical cannabis without fearing for their jobs. Medical cannabis use would be allowed where legal.
Former republican House Speaker John Boehner previously “utterly opposed” cannabis legalization. A recent statement shows signs he may have changed his views.
Republicans have not typically been linked to cannabis reform. A new Gallup poll from 2017 shows Republican cannabis support has reached 51%.
Will incumbent California Senator Dianne Feinstein cannabis policies hurt her against challenger Kevin de León in her bid for reelection?
DEA administrator Chuck Rosenberg has resigned. The resignation is believed to be linked to Rosenberg’s view that President Trump does not respect the law.