Senate Dems Ready To Introduce Cannabis Bill, Hearing Scheduled Next Week

With Congress set to split for its traditional August recess––and with this year’s midterm elections drawing nearer––Democrats in the Senate lastly appear all set to introduce a bill that would conclude the federal prohibition on pot. The Senate Subcommittee on Criminal Justice and Counterterrorism has scheduled a listening to for upcoming 7 days that is […]

Dems Are Intentionally Using ‘Under-The-Radar’ Approach To Legalize Marijuana

By Jelena Martinovic A new point out legislation letting adult cannabis end users in Minnesota to order edibles infused with hemp-derived cannabinoids, such as tiny quantities of THC went into effect last Friday. Now, Democrats are touting the go as an less than-the-radar way to legalize marijuana in the upcoming, reported Minnesota Reformer. Picture by Vladimir Koval/Getty Illustrations or photos Related: Minnesotans Can […]

Federally Legal Weed: Are The Stars Aligning? Will The Dems And GOP Meet In The Middle?

Cannabis stocks went into a tizzy, in a good way, on Thursday’s blockbuster information that the House of Reps will get in touch with a vote subsequent week on the MORE Act (Marijuana Prospect, Reinvestment and Expungement), which seeks to remove cannabis from the record of federally controlled substances and encourage social equity in the industry. Then, within just […]

Dems in Congress Opt to Keep Ban on Washington, D.C. Cannabis Sales |

Congressional Democrats decided this 7 days to retain a prohibition on hashish income in Washington, D.C. even with past ideas that they ended up organized to carry the ban and begin allowing authorized income.  A drafted spending monthly bill that was unveiled on Wednesday by House Appropriations Committee Chair Rosa DeLauro, a Democrat from Connecticut, […]