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NORML | March 14, 2019
 The Veterans Equal Access Act Reintroduced

Justin Strekal
In the House, Representative Earl Blumenauer D-OR, a founder and co-Chair of the Congressional Cannabis Caucus, has reintroduced H.R. 1647, the Veterans Equal Access Act, which expands medical cannabis access to eligible military veterans. Presently, V.A. doctors are forbidden from providing the paperwork necessary to complete a recommendation, thus forcing military veterans to seek the advice of a private, out-of-network physician. Passage of this bill would lift this prohibition. At the time of introduction, Rep. Blumenauer said, For too long, our veterans have been den....
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NORML | March 1, 2019
 Weekly Legislative Roundup 3/1/18

Carly Wolf
In Congress this week Senator Cory Booker D-NJ, along with Representatives Barbara Lee D-CA and Ro Khanna D-CA, introduced The Marijuana Justice Act of 2019, to remove marijuana from the Controlled Substances Act and incentivize states to end the racially disparate criminalization of marijuana consumers. At the state level, North Dakota state Rep. Roers Jones, who sponsored the recently defeated decriminalization bill, is trying to get her language inserted as a part of separate legislation. As New Jersey lawmakers and Governor Phil Murphy continue to work out details of ....
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Marijuana Moment | February 24, 2019
 New Mexico Lawmakers Vote To Advance Two Separate Marijuana Legalization Bills

Evan Johnson
Two different visions for how marijuana should be legalized in New Mexico made progress on Saturday as legislative committees voted to advance separate bills to end cannabis prohibition. One proposal that would legalize use of recreational marijuana for adults 21 and older and would task the state with licensing retailers now heads to the full House of Representatives after being passed out of the House Judiciary Committee with a 7-3 vote. The legislation would allow adults to grow their own cannabis, provided they receive a license from the state, and it also includes la....
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