The MORE Act, introduced in July by House Judiciary Chairman Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY), would decriminalize cannabis federally by removing it from the Controlled Substances Act. The legislation requires federal courts to expunge prior cannabis-related convictions, and would impose a minor excise tax on the legal cannabis industry to fund the expungement of these records, as well as the the Community Reinvestment Grant Program, the Cannabis Opportunity Grant Program and the Equitable Licensing Grant Program. The MORE Act has picked up 55 co-sponsors in the House, and its passage out of committee comes just a week after a new Pew Research Center poll found that two-thirds of Americans support cannabis legalization. hashtag#moreact hashtag#congress hashtag#cannabis
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Will the MORE act make it out of the Senate?
The House Judiciary Committee approved a bill Wednesday that legalizes marijuana on the federal level, removing it from Schedule 1 of the Controlled Substances Act.
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