The GOP shows where it stands on the House’s pending cannabis vote

Posted by - September 4, 2020

The Senate disagrees with the House taking time now to discuss cannabis legislation As much as cannabis advocates and activists expect major changes coming from Congress regarding cannabis reform, the GOP-controlled Senate is avidly opposing any initiatives. This month, the House of Representatives is going to hold a vote on a bill that would decriminalize

State treasurers renew fight for cannabis banking laws

Posted by - August 19, 2020

More support continues to be gathered to offer the cannabis space legal banking options Several months have passed since the Secure and Fair Enforcement (SAFE) Banking Act was reviewed in a legislative session. A number advocates have tried multiple ways to have lawmakers include this bill in the current measures taken to aid the ongoing

GOP wants to delay SAFE Act

Posted by - March 25, 2019

Certain lawmakers aren’t ready to move forward with marijuana banking Tomorrow, a congressional committee is ready to vote on the Secure and Fair Enforcement (SAFE) Banking Act, which would ultimately allow marijuana businesses and banks to work together for the first time since states began legalizing consumption. The bill already has 143 cosponsors, which represents

Republicans and Democrats are prepared to lead marijuana reform post-midterms

Posted by - October 16, 2018

Federal lawmakers seem to be ready to acknowledge marijuana’s benefits Only a few days after word surfaced that President Trump would keep a campaign promise to push for medical marijuana legislation after the midterms, it now appears that lawmakers on both sides of the table are following suit. A recent report indicates that Democrats and