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Congress

Veterans

PTSD, Veterans and Suicide: Action Is Needed and Cannabis Helps

Though PTSD is a qualifying condition for medical marijuana in 30 state, federal law denies it to veterans who rely on the Veterans Administration for treatment.

Cannabis Banking Bill Wins Approval in Crucial House Committee

The fate of the SAFE Banking Act is far from certain but there is progress to celebrate.

New Poll Finds Highest Support Ever for Weed Legalization

A majority of Republican voters favor legal marijuana. Sadly, a majority of Republicans in Congress remain opposed.

Federal Regulators Are Blocking the Cannabis Boom but Congress Keeps Them In the Way

The Federal Reserve and FDA want Congress to clarify how to regulate a product that, strictly speaking, is prohibited.

Congress Is Seriously Considering Regulating Weed Like Alcohol

The aptly number HR 420 would be just a step short of federal legalization.

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