Sessions’ Actions Against Cole Memo Triggers Call to Action from Medical Marijuana Advocates

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Sessions’ Actions Against Cole Memo Triggers Call to Action from Medical Marijuana Advocates | Americans for Safe Access

WASHINGTON, DC — Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Thursday rescinded the 2013 memo created by then Deputy Attorney General James Cole known as the Cole Memorandum, which highlighted eight priorities when it came to the federal enforcement of medical and recreational cannabis laws including preventing the distribution of marijuana to minors and preventing diversion. The […]

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Action Alert: Tell the Senate to Expand Veterans’ Access to Medical Cannabis

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Action Alert: Tell the Senate to Expand Veterans’ Access to Medical Cannabis | NORML

This Wednesday, July 12th, members of the Senate Appropriations Committee will convene to discuss the Military Construction, Veterans Affairs and Related Agencies Appropriations bill. This legislative debate provides lawmakers with the opportunity to expand much needed medical marijuana access to our nation’s veterans. Presently, V.A. doctors in states where cannabis therapy is permitted are forbidden […]

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Florida Action Alert: Help Legalize Industrial Hemp Farming, Nullify Federal Ban

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Florida Action Alert: Help Legalize Industrial Hemp Farming, Nullify Federal Ban
Florida HB363 and SB902 would legalize industrial hemp for production within the state of Florida, effectively nullifying the federal prohibition on the same. HB363 must pass through the House Agriculture & Natural Resources Subcommittee, and SB902 …
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Hemp pioneer fields questions at Ag Expo
Cory Gardner announced he was co-sponsoring the Industrial Hemp Farming Act of 2015. If approved, the measure would not only legalize industrial hemp for commercial production, but it would also exclude the non-psychoactive cannabis plant from the …
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