Kight On Cannabis – The MORE Act, What You Need To Know
This post was written by Kight on Cannabis attorney Philip Snow. Kight on Cannabis is a law firm founded by attorney Rod Kight that represents legal cannabis businesses. November 18, 2019 THE US HOUSE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE IS SCHEDULED TO REVIEW THE MORE ACT THIS WEEK. [Editor’s note: In this article, Kight Law attorney Philip Snow analyzes key components of the MORE Act, which is set to receive a House Judiciary Committee markup review this week. If enacted, MORE promises to reshape cannabis policy and business in the US. Its impact will be felt across the globe. -Rod Kight] THE MORE ACT- WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW This blog post discusses two key aspects of a very important piece of legislation that is working its way through the United States House of Representatives- The Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement Act of 2019 (Act), or the MORE Act of 2019. The Act was introduced on July 23, 2019 by House Judiciary Committee Chair Jerry Nadler (NY) and it was also carried in the Senate on the same day by Senator Kamala Harris (CA). A summary of the Act states its intent is: “To decriminalize and deschedule cannabis, to provide for reinvestment in certain persons already impacted by the War on Drugs,…
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