Attorney General Session’s move against state legal cannabis programs is having, well, “unintended consequences”…

…like resistance to his gambit from politicians in both parties and an acceleration of efforts to get federal laws changed and to begin to change cannabis status in the DEA’a “Drug Schedules” – or better yet remove it so that it can be treated like any other medicine and have all its uses regulated by the states.

“The U.S. House of Representatives officially returned from recess Tuesday morning, but a slew of Democrats got to work Monday by adding their names as co-sponsors on four marijuana-related bills: The Respect State Marijuana Laws Act of 2017 (House Bill 975), The Ending Marijuana Prohibition Act of 2017 (House Bill 1227), Marijuana Revenue and Regulation Act (House Bill 1823), and Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol Act (House Bill 1841).”

Details about all of the bills and growing support in the article…..

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See full article – Federal marijuana bills boosted by new supporters as Congress gets back to work