Cannabis advocates must try to find hope in something else, because Republicans do not care if their constituents are pro-weed.
Let’s be clear, Senate Majority Leader Schumer cannot afford to lose any more support from his own party if he plans to legalize weed.
There have been hundreds of thousands of people incarcerated in state and federal penitentiaries for weed over the decades.
Democratic Senate leadership says it is dedicated to pushing major marijuana reform while the party remains in control.
Experts in the cannabis space predict a year of reform, setting up for continued progress throughout the decade.
During his tenure as a public servant, he preferred keeping marijuana in the DEA’s Schedule I category. Now, he's had a change of heart.
Efforts are underway to expunge the cannabis records of imprisoned individuals in select states, and proponents of marijuana reform are hoping the MORE Act is passed.
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