Dems slam WH marijuana firings; Biden worried legalization would help Trump; NY gov caves on homegrow; Banking to move in Congress before justice
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Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham (D) said she will call lawmakers into a special session this month to work on marijuana legalization after the Senate failed to act on a House-passed cannabis bill by Saturday’s end of the regular session.
Democratic members of Congress are pushing back against the Biden administration’s move to fire or otherwise punish White House staffers over past marijuana use.
Iowa elected official Stacey Walker, who served on the Biden-Sanders criminal justice task force, says the president refused to let the group endorse legalizing marijuana because he thought it