Marijuana industry lobbyists say the US House is setting the tone for reform - descheduling with a social justice component - in a move that would usher in sweeping and massive business opportunities.
Marijuana industry lobbyists say the US House is setting the tone for reform - descheduling with a social justice component - in a move that would usher in sweeping and massive business ...
A majority of Republican voters say they support marijuana reform--including a proposal from Sen. Kamala Harris, a new poll shows.
A congressional vote on a bill to federally legalize marijuana will take place in about three weeks, the second highest ranking Democrat in the chamber informed members on Monday. ...
The strongest step toward legalization ever taken by Congress.
House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer confirmed the U.S. House of Representatives will vote in September on the MORE Act, which seeks to decriminalize cannabis and remove it from the Controlled ...
It’s popular. It’s the right thing to do. But as with so many key issues, Biden keeps pressuring the party to pull its punches.
Democrats took the House last night — but will this give progressives the boost they need to end federal cannabis prohibition?
The Fresh Toast - The truth is, as many have discovered, the Biden campaign has almost the same view as Mr. Trump. - Cannabis
With the midterms behind us, we look ahead to how cannabis might shape the 2020 election.
Over the past few decades, public support for marijuana legalization has increased dramatically. So it’s not surprising ...
Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-Ore.) said Friday that the House will vote later this spring on legislation allowing banks to work with marijuana businesses in certain states.
Hint: It's because of what might happen in five states.
The House will vote on a historic marijuana decriminalization bill next month, House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn said Friday.
The upcoming U.S. election could move the cannabis industry closer to the mainstream, but legal dispensaries will still have to deal with workarounds to accept card or mobile payments.
Nearly a quarter of the U.S. population lives in a jurisdiction where recreational use is legal.