Dem treasurers defend marijuana banking from GOP attacks; SCOTUS asked to take cannabis case; Seth Rogen: Stay home & smoke weed to fight COVID
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President Trump voiced concern that putting marijuana on the ballot makes Republicans lose, saying that Scott Walker would still be Wisconsin’s governor if not for 2018 cannabis initiatives in that state.
“The next time you run please don’t put marijuana on the ballot at the same time you’re running. You brought out like a million people that nobody ever knew were coming out.”
Medical marijuana patients are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to take up a case that could force the Drug Enforcement Administration to reclassify cannabis under federal law.
The Democratic Treasurers Association is pushing back against Republican attacks on marijuana banking language in House-passed coronavirus relief legislation.
“Despite support from Congressional Democrats and Republicans across red and blue states, Vice President Pence and Senate Leader McConnell are stuck in the past, parroting outdated rhetoric that falls