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Donald Trump supports plans to make weed completely legal

Donald Trump supports plans to make weed completely legal

Cory Gardner of Colorado, is chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) charged with winning elections and strengthening the GOP's majority in the Senate. "He talked about his support for a state's rights approach during the campaign". Recreational marijuana is already legal in both MA and Colorado. Instead, it allows U.S. states, territories and tribal governments to develop their own marijuana regulations without fear of federal interference, as long as the regulations meet certain guidelines.

Asked if he supported the bill, Trump said: "I really do".

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Donald Trump has said he will support congressional efforts to end the federal ban on marijuana. The House of Representatives passed a bill to legalize marijuana back in January, but it ultimately killed the bill. "We need to fix this public hypocrisy". "The state might treat this as a minor violation, perhaps subjecting the supplier to a warning or small fine", wrote Robert Mikos, a professor at Vanderbilt University's law school, on his marijuana-focused blog.

It also seeks to address financial issues caused by the current federal prohibition by stating that compliant transactions are not trafficking and do not result in proceeds of an unlawful transaction. She said states have the right to enforce their own marijuana policies and the federal government should "get out of the business of outlawing marijuana". "This is not a bill that forces legalization on any state that doesn't want it", Warren said.

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New Hampshire's Senate Minority Leader plans to file legislation to legalize and tax marijuana in the upcoming legislative session. David Joyce, R-Ohio, and Earl Blumenauer, D-Ore., giving it bipartisan support in both houses of Congress. The House and Senate will debate further amendments until a final draft is agreed upon, at which point it will receive Royal Assent and become law. Barbara Lee, D-Calif., introduced the Marijuana Justice Act in the past year, which would federally legalize marijuana; it has gained the support of influential senators such as Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y.

In a statement released Thursday, Gardner said the proposal would ensure Washington respects the will of voters in each state, whatever their preference on the subject.

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Once signed, the STATES Act would finally free cannabis companies to operate as normal businesses.