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Marijuana Moment | February 19, 2019
 Where Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders Stands On Marijuana

Kyle Jaeger
Sen. Bernie Sanders I-VT is making another run for the Democratic presidential nomination, he announced on Tuesday. From his time as the mayor of Burlington, Vermont, to his years in the U.S. Senate, Sanders has established himself as a champion of drug policy reform, particularly when it comes to marijuana. NORML gave the senator an A+ grade based on his legislative track record. And it didnt take long for Sanders to incorporate drug reform into his latest presidential bid. In his announcement video, he reiterated that the government needs to end the destructive war on d....
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CANN Media Group | February 8, 2019 | WASHINGTON, D.C.
 Wyden Bill Deschedules Cannabis, Ends 280E, Adds 25 Fed Excise Tax

Tom Hymes

The bipartisan legislation introduced today by Sen. Wyden and Rep. Blumenauer trades regulation and taxation for an end to the federal war on state-legal cannabis.
Senator Ron Wyden D-OR today introduced S. 420 as part of a bipartisan package of legislation offered in tandem with fellow-Oregonian and Democrat Rep. Earl Blumenauer that seeks to preserve the integrity of state marijuana laws and provide a path for responsible federal legalization and regulation of the marijuana industry. The announcement was made via the newsroom of the Senate Committee on Finance, of which Wyden is the ranking member. It was a fitting move considering the financial bent of the three-bill package, which, in addition to descheduling cannabis, does away ....
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N Y Times | Nov. 7, 2018
 Marijuana Embraced in Michigan, Utah and Missouri, but Rejected in North Dakota

Christine Hauser
Marijuana initiatives appeared on ballots in four states in the midterm elections. In Michigan and North Dakota, initiatives gave voters the opportunity to legalize marijuana for recreational use. In Missouri and Utah, voters chose whether to allow people who are sick to use the drug for medical reasons. Here are the results of those initiatives. Michigan voters legalized the sale and use of marijuana Michigan became the first Midwestern state to legalize recreational marijuana, and the 10th state, in addition to the District of Columbia, to allow adults to possess the dr....
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