US House vote delay likely won’t derail marijuana reform momentum

Brian Skinner Marijuana policy

Election 2020

 

Marijuana Business Daily — By Jeff Smith — September 21, 2020

The postponement of a U.S. House vote until after the November election to remove marijuana from the federal Controlled Substances Act is a disappointment to many in the industry, but it changes little in terms of the momentum of reform.

That is, as long as the House remains controlled by Democrats, as is highly expected.

Industry lobbyists say the House is setting the tone for marijuana reform going forward – descheduling with a social justice component – in a move that would usher in sweeping and massive business opportunities.

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