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There are now more Republicans in Congress that support the cannabis movement in one way or another than ever before.
While Dan Crenshaw isn't an opponent of marijuana legalization, his policy decisions aren't helping anyone either.
In a stunning turn of events, the Texas Senate unanimously approved the expansion of the state’s medical marijuana program to include more qualifying conditions and make the process easier for patients.
A new poll released this week finds that the majority of Republicans is now pledging unwavering support for the herb.
The law would have no direct legal effects but it would state that porn “perpetuates a sexually toxic environment that damages all areas of our society."
Next week, House members will examine a piece of legislation, which would allow banks to do business with the cannabis trade without the risk of prosecution for money laundering.
Last week, U.S Representative Jim Himes of Connecticut urged Republicans not to let this shutdown business spin too far out of control, as it is creating a paradigm that stands to weaken democracy.
House Bill 63 would penalize those caught with less than an ounce of marijuana with a civil penalty, instead of arrests and criminal records.
Method Man also used the moment to discuss the changing views of Americans across the country who previously “misjudged” cannabis.
If you want to know why Texan cannabis advocates are confident you have to look across the aisle at state Republicans.