Part of his apprehensiveness could be the condition of his son Hunter Biden.
The comprehensive marijuana bill that cannabis advocates had high hopes would pass this year probably won’t go far.
Even though the Democrats finally have the majority in Congress, there's still enough political power-madness coming from McConnell to cause trouble.
Last week, Biden fired five staffers for marijuana-related discrepancies in drug disclosures.
More details about the upcoming proposal designed to legalize marijuana at the federal level have emerged, and they might be just as ambitious as they are unrealistic
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell threatened a "completely scorched earth Senate" earlier this week if Democrats change the filibuster.
The COVID-relief bill was a big win for the Democrats, and now they’re gearing up for the next one: federal marijuana legalization.
At the beginning of the year, Schumer, along with two other Senators, vowed to make federal marijuana legalization a priority in the new session.
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