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SCOTUS Declines to Hear Appellate Challenge to Federal Cannabis Prohibition

On Oct 25, 2020
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Plaintiffs argued that federal prohibition violates their civil and constitutional liberties, including their right to freely travel within the United States, and that the federal prohibition of cannabis is “grounded in discrimination...” https://t.co/H3NQ71Y6Rv
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"This result is not altogether surprising. It is Congress that imposed the federal prohibition of marijuana and ultimately it is up to Congress to repeal this destructive and discriminatory policy."

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On Oct 25, 2020
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Plaintiffs argued that federal prohibition violates their civil and constitutional liberties, including their right to freely travel within the United States, and that the federal prohibition of cannabis is “grounded in discrimination...” https://t.co/H3NQ71Y6Rv
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SCOTUS Declines to Hear Appellate Challenge to Federal Cannabis Prohibition

SCOTUS Declines to Hear Appellate Challenge to Federal Cannabis Prohibition

"This result is not altogether surprising. It is Congress that imposed the federal prohibition of marijuana and ultimately it is up to Congress to repeal this destructive and discriminatory ...

SCOTUS Declines to Hear Appellate Challenge to Federal Cannabis Prohibition

SCOTUS Declines to Hear Appellate Challenge to Federal Cannabis Prohibition

“This result is not altogether surprising. It is Congress that imposed the federal prohibition of marijuana and ultimately it is up to Congress to repeal this destructive and discriminatory ...

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