Bipartisan Bill Would Clear Federal Marijuana Misdemeanor Records


American lives have been uprooted for the reason that of straightforward misdemeanor marijuana offenses—punishments for an activity that is now legal for many functions in 38 states. But new legislation would give the wanted mechanism to assistance People in america crystal clear lower-level cannabis offenses at the federal amount. Congressmen Troy A. Carter, Sr. (D-LA) […]

New Bipartisan Congressional Bill Seeks To Expunge Federal Marijuana Records


By Maureen Meehan Congressmen Troy A. Carter, Sr. (D-LA) and Rodney Davis (R-IL) introduced bipartisan laws on Friday that would create a system for federal misdemeanor marijuana offenses to be expunged, amid a new drive for decriminalization at the federal stage. “I’m very pleased to introduce The Marijuana Misdemeanor Expungement Act, bipartisan legislation that will restore justice to thousands and thousands of People who […]

Bipartisan Group of Senators Introduces Resolution Calling for Brittney Griner’s Release


Republicans and Democrats in the United States Senate have appear alongside one another in help of a resolution contacting for the release of Brittney Griner, the basketball star who has been held in a Russian prison considering the fact that February around drug charges. A lot more than 30 senators joined as cosponsors of the […]

Bipartisan Senate Bill Would Give ‘Right to Try’ Protection to Psilocybin and MDMA


Democratic Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey and Senator Rand Paul, a Republican from Kentucky, introduced bipartisan laws on Wednesday to prolong federal Proper to Try defense to the psychedelic medications psilocybin and MDMA. Beneath the invoice, titled the Ideal to Try out Clarification Act, constraints of the federal Managed Substances Act would not implement […]

Bipartisan Lawmakers Express Public Discontent On Congress’ Inaction On Marijuana Reform


By Joana Scopel The co-chairs of the Congressional Cannabis Caucus issued a joint statement criticizing the inaction of the Residence Guidelines Committee that rejected amendments to the bipartisan shelling out bill intended to promote veterans’ entry to medical hashish. “We have the duty to present our veterans with the care and treatment plans they need to prevail over the wounds of war,” […]

Bipartisan Lawmakers Introduce Marijuana Banking Amendment To Push Passage Of National Defense Authorization Act


By Joana Scopel Rep. Ed Perlmutter (D-CO), House sponsor of a bipartisan marijuana banking reform invoice, filed an amendment to the Fiscal Yr 2023 Nationwide Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that would be integrated into the Safe and Good Enforcement (Secure) Banking Act, reported Marijuana Second. Previous week, the Property Armed Solutions Committee marked up the 2023 variation of NDAA, […]

Medical Marijuana Legalization Passes North Carolina Senate With Bipartisan Support


By Nicolás Jose Rodriguez North Carolina moved 1 step closer to becoming a member of most of the relaxation of the state, as the condition Senate authorised the N.C. Compassionate Treatment Act with bipartisan guidance in a 35-10 vote. The monthly bill, which is heading now to the Dwelling, would enable cannabis with larger levels of THC to […]

US Senate Green-Lights Bipartisan Marijuana Research Bill Ahead Of House Legalization Vote


By Jelena Martinovic On Thursday, the Senate gave a environmentally friendly light to a bipartisan marijuana monthly bill meant to advertise cannabis exploration, reported Marijuana Minute. The legislation, sponsored by Sens. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), Brian Schatz (D-Hi), and Chuck Grassley (R-IA), is titled Cannabidiol and Marihuana Exploration Enlargement Act. It was reintroduced in February 2021, next an before edition that handed the Senate in 2020. Image […]

Bipartisan Resolution Instructs US To Influence Cannabis De-Scheduling From UN Treaty


By Nicolas Jose Rodriguez Representatives Nancy Mace (R) and Barbara Lee (D) filed a resolution on Friday expressing “the sense of Congress” that the United States agent to the United Nations Commission on Narcotic Drugs should use “the voice, vote, and impact of the United States to look for to de-agenda cannabis from Schedule I of the One Conference on Narcotic Prescription drugs of […]

Bipartisan Tennessee Legislation Could Allow Voter Public Opinion Poll On Legal Weed


By Nicolas Jose Rodriguez Rep. Bruce Griffey (R) and Sen. Sara Kyle (D) from Tennessee are sponsoring legislation enabling voters to weigh in with a condition-sponsored community belief poll. Senate Bill 1973/Household Bill 1634 would require county election commissions to include things like three non-binding concerns related to the legalization of marijuana on the 2022 […]