Cannabis Gets Go-Ahead from House, but Still Faces Hurdles Before Federal Legalization


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On Friday, the United States House of Representatives voted to approve The Marijuana Opportunity and Expungement Act (MORE Act),[1] which would decriminalize cannabis. This vote marks the first time that a chamber of Congress voted on a standalone cannabis bill.  While the 228-1164 vote passed mostly on party lines, 5 Republicans voted in support of the bill, and 6 Democrats voted against.

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