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Thur: House Voting on Bipartisan Amendment to Stop Federal Medical Marijuana Raids

May 27, 2014 in PERSONAL LIBERTY

By drosenfeld

More Than Half of All States Have Some Kind of Medical Marijuana Law

Support for Changing Federal Law at Unprecedented Level in Congress

As early as this Thursday the U.S. House could vote on a bipartisan amendment to the Commerce-Justice-Science spending bill that would prohibit the federal government from wasting taxpayer money interfering with state medical marijuana laws. The amendment is being offered by five Republicans and five Democrats. A vote several weeks ago on allowing Veteran Administration doctors discuss medical marijuana with their patients received 195 yes votes. Support for letting states set their own marijuana policy without federal interference is rising quickly.

May 27, 2014

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