This Weed in News, June 9: Hemp, Vets, and Federalism

This Weed In News, June 9: Hemp, Vets, And Federalism

Share Tweet Share PinMonterey Bud: US Senators Are All Aboard the Hemp Train, While Trump is Aboard the Legalization Train For Now The U.S. Senate passed hemp legislation without opposition, a Senate subcommittee approved medical marijuana for America’s veterans, and President Donald Trump ended the week by saying, “I will probably end up supporting” new legislation to strengthen the 10th Amendment and amend the Controlled Substances Act. As for California, Tuesday’s primary vote ended with residents of Pasadena allowing the sale and taxation of recreational marijuana within city limits.

Hemp Cultivates Respect in U.S. Senate During Hemp History Week, the US Senate unanimously approved a resolution that recognizes the economic might of industrial hemp, as well as its “historical relevance.” Passed with bipartisan approval on Tuesday, June 5, 2018, Senate Resolution 532 celebrates “Hemp History Week,” and underscoring America’s lost economic potential. “The United States is the...

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