Even Washington D.C. is working to Nullify Washington D.C. on Marijuana Prohibition

WASHINGTON (April 5, 2016) – Even Washington D.C. is getting in on nullifying Washington D.C.’s marijuana prohibition. A bill that would expand access to medicinal cannabis in the U.S. capital passed out of an important Washington D.C. City Council committee last month. The bill would further open up the marijuana market in Washington D.C. and solidify the foundation to nullify federal prohibition.

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Election 2016: Supporting the 10th Amendment When it’s Politically Popular

The only reason we’re seeing almost all of the presidential candidates from both parties talking about the 10th amendment and states being able to determine their own marijuana policy is because the people and then the states acted without first getting federal permission.

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Vermont Committee Passes Bill to Legalize Marijuana, Foundation to Nullify Federal Prohibition in Practice

MONTPELIER, Vt. (Feb. 2, 2016) – A Vermont bill that would legalize small amounts of marijuana for recreational use and create a framework for retail sales passed out of committee this week. If ultimately signed into law, the legislation would take a big step toward nullifying federal cannabis prohibition in practice in Vermont.

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Georgia Action Alert: Help Nullify Federal Marijuana Prohibition, Support HB722, SB254 and SR6

Three Georgia bills active during 2016 would set the foundation to nullify federal marijuana prohibition in practice. HB722 would legalize medical marijuana. SB254 would decriminalize simple possession of marijuana. SR6 would allow the voters to approve the legalization of marijuana for recreational use.

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New Mexico Bill would Legalize Recreational Marijuana and Hemp; Effectively Nullify Federal Prohibition

SANTA FE, New Mexico (Jan. 14, 2016) – A bill prefiled in the New Mexico House would legalize marijuana for recreational use, along with industrial hemp. Passage would not only legalize marijuana and hemp in the Land of Enchantment, but would also take a big step toward nullifying federal prohibition in practice in the state.

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