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Federal House Bill would reschedule cannabis, re-define marijuana to exclude CBD

“NORML said that while rescheduling cannabis “will not end federal prohibition” it would “bring an end to the federal government’s longstanding intellectual dishonesty that marijuana ‘lacks accepted medical use.”

“It would also likely permit banks and other financial institutions to work with state-compliant marijuana-related businesses, and permit employers in the cannabis industry to take tax deductions similar to those enjoyed by other businesses,” the post reads. “Rescheduling would also likely bring some level of relief to federal employees subject to random workplace drug testing for off-the-job cannabis consumption.”

Original Article:
Federal House Bill Would Reschedule Cannabis, Re-Define Marijuana to Exclude CBD
Artwork Fair Use: Constantino Brumidi

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