A Biden/Harris presidency could prove beneficial for a surging cannabis reform movement and its market after a clean sweep across five states on Election Day.
It's a sign the Democrats are trying to get a jump start on a promise by President-elect Joe Biden to eliminate the criminal penalties for pot offenders.
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Traction for legalizing cannabis has had the solid commitment of Congresswoman Barbara Lee (D-CA-13), who currently serves on the Budget Committee and the powerful Appropriations Committee.
The cannabis industry is more and more hopeful for a Biden victory as election day gets closer, which also means a Kamala Harris victory.
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Vermont will become the 11th state to legalize recreational marijuana sales.
Big-name cannabis companies saw their shares rise over 10% after Harris promised decriminalization at the vice presidential debate.
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