GOP Congressman Worries Impeachment Might Hurt Marijuana Reform
Marijuana legislation seems to be gaining traction on Capitol Hill during what is undoubtedly the most cannabis-friendly Congress in history, with the House already passing an amendment this year to shield local legalization laws from federal interference as well as approving a bill to let state-licensed businesses access banks. But as the Senate prepares to more seriously consider far-reaching cannabis proposals, one Republican congressman who backs ending federal prohibition is concerned that impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump could undermine the bipartisan momentum that has been pushing marijuana reform forward in 2019 to date. Please visit Forbes to read the rest of this piece. (Marijuana Moment’s editor provides some content to Forbes via a temporary exclusive publishing license arrangement.) Image element courtesy of Tim Evanson. The post GOP Congressman Worries Impeachment Might Hurt Marijuana Reform appeared first on Marijuana Moment.
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