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Chuck Schumer’s Long-Awaited Federal Marijuana Legalization Bill Unveiled: Will The Full Senate Accept It?

Schumer recognized that his own attitude toward legalization has evolved but now feels strongly about ending prohibition.

Federal Cannabis Legalization Bill Is Proposed

Only consumers over the age of 21 would be allowed to buy legal cannabis and adults would be limited to purchases of up to 10 ounces.

Why 2021 Should Prove The Year Of Federal Cannabis Legalization

It is time lawmakers in the Capital get on board with what a majority of the American citizens they represent want.

Troops Who Previously Used Marijuana Get Second Chance Under New Provision

A House committee approved an amendment that would allow military service members to reenlist despite previous cannabis use.

Marijuana Legislative Roundup: Weeks Of June 18 & June 25

Where is cannabis policy making progress? Find out the latest from Oklahoma, Maine and Massachusetts in our weekly marijuana legislative review.

Terminally Ill Patients Might Soon Be Able To Access Marijuana In Utah

Two bills that would allow terminally ill patients access to medical marijuana grown and distributed by the sate of Utah has passed the House.

Will Utah Lawmakers Squelch ‘Right To Try’ Medical Marijuana Initiative?

A pair of bills that would allow terminally ill patients access to medical marijuana grown and distributed by the sate of Utah, have moved forward in the legislature.

7 Essential Things To Know About Atlanta’s New Marijuana Law

While Atlanta voted to knock possession penalties down a few notches, there is still some confusion as to what's legal and what is not.

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