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Marijuana Policy Project | Sep 14, 2020

Kate Zawidzki
Members of Congress are still on track to vote on the MORE Act later this month a federal bill that would remove cannabis from the Controlled Substances Act and eliminate criminal penalties under federal law. If enacted, the MORE Act would essentially end the war on cannabis at the federal level. This is big, and you can help. Follow this link to send a message to your representative in the House, who should hear from you on this. In addition to decriminalizing cannabis, MORE does other important things: it would expunge criminal histories related to marijuana and prohib.... View more in new window

NORML | September 14, 2020

Just over a week ahead of an anticipated House vote on the Marijuana Opportunity, Reinvestment, and Expungement MORE Act, HR 3884, the bill continues to gain traction with an increase in the number of Republican commitments to vote yes and Democratic cosponsors. Momentum continues to build towards a successful vote in the House, said NORML Political Director Justin Strekal. The American public will look favorably upon the bipartisan majority that would vote to pass the MORE Act. Last week, Congressman Don Young told Alaska Public Radio of the MORE Act, Its a big vote. .... View more in new window | September 15, 2020

Kyle Jaeger
Democratic vice presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris D-CA said on Monday that a Biden administration would not be taking incremental half-steps toward criminal justice reform if electedbut she also touted marijuana policies they would pursue that advocates argue fit that exact description. The senator said during a virtual town hall event that, under a Biden-Harris administration, we will decriminalize the use of marijuana and automatically expunge all marijuana use convictions and incarceration for drug use alone. This is no timefrom, I think, our collective perspecti.... View more in new window | September 15, 2020

Kyle Jaeger
Its not what you might expect from a Republican congressional candidate running in Texas, but Tre Pennie wants marijuana federally legalizedand on Tuesday, hes releasing a cannabis plan thats meant to supplement descheduling legislation moving through Congress that he feels will further uplift disadvantaged communities. Pennie, whos aiming to unseat incumbent Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson D, shared the plan exclusively with Marijuana Moment. The Economic-Academic-Reward-Network-In-Training EARN-IT Cannabis proposal focuses on promoting education and job training for entrepren.... View more in new window

High Times | September 10, 2020

Addison Herron-Wheeler
The study looked at those who use cannabis more than three times a week and compared them with people who were not cannabis users. AvatarbyAddison Herron-Wheeler September 10, 2020 2 minute read New Study Looks at Cannabis Users Pain Tolerance Shutterstock A study by University of British Columbia Okanagan campus shows that regular cannabis use, unlike opiate use, does not make pain sensitivity worse, the way opiates do. Due to the alarming opiate crisis in the country, coupled with an increased interest in medical cannabis, there has been an uptick in research on how c.... View more in new window

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