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VA and marijuana

Stirring The Pot: Here’s What Congress Is Doing For Veterans When It Comes To Cannabis

Congress has long debated the issue of giving veterans access to medical marijuana. Wrangling over different versions of government funding legislation, one bill presently on the table in the Senate would finally allow Veterans Affairs doctors to give vets the certifications they need to access medical marijuana in cannabis-legal states without risking their government benefits, […]

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federal marijuana

Virginia Republican Promotes Federal Marijuana Decriminalization

Former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders repeatedly tried to pass federal marijuana decriminalization. Now a newbie Virginia Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives is attempting the same thing. Virginia Representative Thomas Garrett is pushing a bill that completely removes cannabis from the Controlled Substances Act (CSA) and its “schedule” listing of “contraband drugs.” Cannabis […]

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Islamic terrorism

Marijuana Growers are Soldiers in the War on Islamic Terrorism

Republican Representative Trent Franks, a member of Congress from Arizona, says Islamic terrorism is imported into the United States in bales of marijuana! Franks, a right-wing conservative who supports unrestricted gun rights, opposes a woman’s right to choose abortion, denies that humans affect the climate, and is a long-time drug warrior, made the claim when […]

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marijuana voters

Congressional Guide for Marijuana Voters

We’ve already explained that between Hillary and Donald, Hillary is a slightly better choice for the marijuana community, although neither of them is even close to being a cannabis legalizer like Bernie Sanders. Now there’s a free guide you can access online so you find out whether your U.S. Senator or member of the House […]

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