Hot! Federal Bill Introduced Recognizes State Marijuana Laws

021813_Medical Marijuana_Tha Goodiez

Members of Congress recently introduced legislation that would recognize state laws that have approved the use of medical marijuana. House Bill 689, known as the States’ Medical Marijuana Patient Protection Act, will protect medical marijuana patients from federal prosecution.

The bill also calls for a reconsideration of the classification of marijuana from a “Schedule I” substance. A Schedule I classification means the drug has a high potential for abuse and has no accepted medical use.

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The bill comes after states like California and Arizona fought federal law enforcement agencies for enforcing the federal drug ban in their states. The Federal Court of Appeals had recently denied a petition to reschedule the drug, but official recommendations from a lobbying alliance might have given medical marijuana a boost in Congress.

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