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What kind of people want to re-criminalize cannabis today? What are their motives? Who profits from continuing to incarcerate people for using marijuana? Whose power will be diminished when a drug that has so many health benefits is provided without a prescription?
A prohibitionist group shows that 83 percent of Americans actually oppose prohibition. Members of Congress push their colleagues to support protections for state-legal cannabis. A new bill in Congress would restrict funds for the DEA's marijuana eradication program. Also: A Florida lawyer gets disbarred for telling his clients it was OK to grow weed. (It wasn't.)
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House Dems introduced a marijuana legalization bill that includes strong social justice measures. House rep. Jared Polis didn't have enough votes for his amendment to protect state marijuana programs from the feds. The Treasury Department is reviewing its previous FinCEN guidance on marijuana and banking. Also: A Northern California county is backtracking on cannabis, banning cultivation after awa
A new video shows Trump talking about his commitment to states' rights when it comes to cannabis. The VA says it won't research medical marijuana for veterans. State attorneys general push for a marijuana banking fix. Also: Maine delays cannabis clubs until 2023.
Contrary to Jeff Sessions' assertions, legal weed actually *reduces* violent crime. Congress is pushing back against the attorney general, with 69 of its members advocating for a marijuana-protecting amendment. A look at the stark contrast between a black cannabis entrepreneur and a (mostly white) cannabis startup that has raised more than $50 million. Also: A Republican candidate for New York gov
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