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 […]

Troops Can Use CBD Products Thanks To This Congressional Move


By Jelena Martinovic Considering the fact that July of 2020, military provider members have been allowed to use CBD products, after the Household of Reps authorised a evaluate allowing the use of hemp solutions as properly as its derivatives. The measure passed by a vote of 336 to 71. The initiative was led by Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, who […]

DC Medical Marijuana Advocates Move To Lift Ban On Legal Sales Amid Confusing Congressional Ban


By Maureen Meehan District of Columbia Council Chairman, Phil Mendelson, launched a new emergency invoice to reform the medical cannabis market place in the nation’s funds where hashish is thoroughly legal. But owing to a convoluted bicameral omnibus paying out bill, cannabis profits are banned in the District. The monthly bill, scheduled for a vote on Tuesday, will allow […]

Why Is The Co-Chair Of Congressional Cannabis Caucus Voting Against The MORE Act?


By Nicolás Jose Rodriguez A important House committee on Wednesday formally advanced the Marijuana Chance, Reinvestment, and Expungement (Far more) Act, which will essentially legalize cannabis, to the floor. In the meantime, Rep. Dave Joyce (OH-R), co-chair of the Congressional Cannabis Caucus, sent a letter to fellow GOP members explaining why he intends to vote from the Much more Act as […]

Congressional Memo Praises Cannabis Momentum, Stresses Reform Priorities In 2022


By Nicolas Jose Rodriguez U.S. Reps. Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) and Barbara Lee (D-CA) released a memo on behalf of the Congressional Cannabis Caucus that they co-chair. The memo lists the numerous items of marijuana laws filed on Capitol Hill and points out which must be among the reform priorities for 2022, reported Marijuana Moment. Blumenauer reported “the desk is established and the time is appropriate for thorough […]