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Saturday, July 29, 2017

Senate Committee Ignores Sessions, Protects Medical Marijuana

A Senate committee passed an amendment on Thursday to protect legal medical marijuana, contravening a request in May from Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

The Senate Appropriations Committee passed an amendment to the 2018 Commerce, Justice, and Science appropriations bill preventing federal funds from being used to block state-level implementation of medical marijuana legalization, the Hill reports.

The amendment applies to 46 out of 50 states, excepting Idaho, Kansas, Nebraska, and South Dakota. It also applies to the District of Columbia and the territories of Guam and Puerto Rico.

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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Session another stooge for big pharma acholol prision and judicial unions and lobbies. Shutup sessions your just another swamp creature. Let freedom ring and legalize pot you moron or at least remove as a class 1.

Anonymous said...

Agreed. Marijuana as a schedule 1 just puts a spotlight on the government now. People are informed and know the benefits of marijuana for adults and sick children. If they will lie about marijuana, what else are they lying about?

Anonymous said...

1104
I agree with you completely.
We deserve freedom from this oppressive government.
We deserve to make our own choices about our bodies and that includes vaccinations.

Anonymous said...

12:03? they lie about everything, remember, read my lips? keep your doc? repeal obamacare? lies, they all lie!

Anonymous said...

Oh trust me I'm awake! That question was rhetorical in the hopes it will wake someone else up
Sincerely,
12:03