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The Supreme Court vacancy, state legalization, and changing voter views on weed could all impact the election.
"There is no clear indication" that a cannabis reform ballot initiative helps one party or the other, said Matthew Schweich, deputy director with Marijuana Policy Project.
Members of the Democratic National Committee rejected an amendment to the platform that called for legalization by a 105-60 vote.
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As nationwide protests focus the country's attention on racial issues, marijuana legalization–and how it ties to social justice–is moving to centerstage.
The senators analyzed how cannabis criminalization drives deep wedges into society with long-term, damaging consequences.