U.S. House Judiciary Committee approves cannabis reform bill (MORE) by a vote of 24-10
To paraphrase the great Billy Idol, “MORE MORE MORE”. Here’s a slew of reports on what happened yesterday. Is it as momentous as all are reporting? The proof will be in the pudding. It will be another 7 rounds of talkfest and votes before we get to the house floor. But let us be, at least enthused ,by the fact a cannabis discussion has voted in the affirmative in DC. That’s a story in itself, and especially in this time of daily political soap operas and dramas that the US capital has conditioned itself to. Here are the reports CBS NEWS REPORT MARIJUANA MOMENT Article & Video If you are reading one report, we say stick with MM For the first time in history, a congressional committee has approved a bill to end federal marijuana prohibition. The House Judiciary Committee passed the Marijuana Opportunity, Reinvestment and Expungement (MORE) Act in a 24-10 vote on Wednesday, setting the stage for a full floor vote. The vote saw two Republicans—Reps. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) and Tom McClintock (R-CA)—join their Democratic colleagues in support of the bill. Debate on the bill generally followed two tracks. Republican lawmakers argued that the bill was…
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