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  1. Ron Strider

    Who Can Control Marijuana? The Constitution Says It's The States

    A growing number of states are defying the federal marijuana ban, not only by easing their own laws, but by actively cooperating with marijuana growing, processing, and use. Many contend that pot should be a state, rather than a federal, concern. The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled otherwise. In...
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    Federal Bill Introduced To End Federal Marijuana Prohibition

    sign normls congress letter contact your lawmakers and urge them to support this pending legislation. Federal: Bill Introduced To End Federal Marijuana Prohibition.
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    Ed Perlmutter On Jeff Sessions, The DEA And Pushing Marijuana Bills In Congress

    The world hasn't come to an end. U.S. Representative Ed Perlmutter was told it would when Colorado voters legalized recreational marijuana use in November 2012 and he started introducing legislation in Congress that would aid the industry as businesses began to struggle with banking problems...
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    Congress Won't Let Veterans Access Medical Marijuana After All

    An effort to allow veterans to access medical marijuana in states where it's legal died Wednesday night when Congress passed a spending bill without the provision included. The Veterans Equal Access Amendment would have nullified a Department of Veterans Affairs standard that keeps its...
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    Congress Won't Let Veterans Access Medical Marijuana After All

    An effort to allow veterans to access medical marijuana in states where it's legal died Wednesday night when Congress passed a spending bill without the provision included. The Veterans Equal Access Amendment would have nullified a Department of Veterans Affairs standard that keeps its...
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    Congress Turning A New Leaf On Marijuana

    Just two years ago, pot lobbyist Michael Collins was a pariah on Capitol Hill. Marijuana reform was too much of a risk. Lawmakers wouldn't meet with him. Not anymore. "I've got offices reaching out to me," said Collins, the deputy director of national affairs at the Drug Policy...
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    Amendment Bars Federal Prosecution Of State-Compliant Medical Cannabis Providers

    Federal officials are not permitted to engage in the criminal prosecution of those who are engaged in activity related to medical marijuana absent evidence that the defendants are in clear violation of state law, according to a unanimous ruling by a three-judge panel on the Ninth Circuit Court...
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    Amendment Bars Federal Prosecution Of State-Compliant Medical Cannabis Providers

    Federal officials are not permitted to engage in the criminal prosecution of those who are engaged in activity related to medical marijuana absent evidence that the defendants are in clear violation of state law, according to a unanimous ruling by a three-judge panel on the Ninth Circuit Court...
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    Congress Should Ease Grip On Pot

    Just four years after Washington and Colorado led in legalizing recreational uses of marijuana, the pot train has left the station. Twenty-five states and the District of Columbia allow legal marijuana access in some form, with legislatures in Ohio and Pennsylvania approving medical marijuana...
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    Congress Must Ease Banking Regulations On Marijuana Businesses

    Just four years after Washington and Colorado led in legalizing recreational uses of marijuana, the pot train has left the station. Twenty-five states and the District of Columbia allow legal marijuana access in some form, with legislatures in Ohio and Pennsylvania approving medical marijuana...
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    Congress Keeps Blocking Veterans From Getting Legal Access To Medicinal Marijuana

    The federal government's absurd, corrupt attack on cannabis has been a cause for controversy for quite some time. Considering the American people are well aware that marijuana isn't this evil substance that the mainstream media wants us to believe, it's bizarre that the feds are still trying to...
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    Congress Keeps Blocking Veterans From Getting Legal Access To Medicinal Marijuana

    The federal government's absurd, corrupt attack on cannabis has been a cause for controversy for quite some time. Considering the American people are well aware that marijuana isn't this evil substance that the mainstream media wants us to believe, it's bizarre that the feds are still trying to...
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    Senate Approves Funding Bill Allowing Medical Marijuana For Veterans

    Just in time for Veterans Day, the Senate passed the Fiscal Year 2016 Military Construction and Veteran Affairs (MilCon-VA) Appropriations Bill, which will include a stipulation for the first time ever to allow doctors in the Veterans Administration to recommend medical marijuana to their...
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    Senate Approves Funding Bill Allowing Medical Marijuana For Veterans

    Just in time for Veterans Day, the Senate passed the Fiscal Year 2016 Military Construction and Veteran Affairs (MilCon-VA) Appropriations Bill, which will include a stipulation for the first time ever to allow doctors in the Veterans Administration to recommend medical marijuana to their...