Senators introduce bipartisan bill to protect state marijuana laws

Jun 07, 2018 , , , , , ,


Earlier today, Sens. Cory Gardner (R-CO) and Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) introduced bipartisan legislation to end the federal government’s war on marijuana and protect states’ rights to enact their own marijuana policies.

Call your members of Congress RIGHT NOW and urge them to support this landmark bill.

The STATES Act is the most significant piece of marijuana-related legislation ever introduced in Congress. With its bipartisan backing in the Senate, it symbolically signals the eventual end of marijuana prohibition at the federal level.

This legislation reflects the position the president took on marijuana policy during his campaign, and it comes shortly on the heels of the positive comments he made to Sen. Gardner. The president has a unique opportunity to get behind historic legislation that enjoys solid support on both sides of the political spectrum. Read more about the bill.

Members of both parties agree it’s time for the federal government to let states set their own policies for marijuana. Please ask your lawmakers to back this important legislation.


3 responses to “Senators introduce bipartisan bill to protect state marijuana laws”

  1. Prohibition allowed the likes of Al Capone and his ilk to reign supreme until the Volstead act was repealed, ending the oppressive constraints imposed by prohibition itself! Prohibition never worked and never will work! It is antithetical to Freedom of Choice and Freedom itself.

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