Marijuana Moment stories….
Washington, D.C. activists are hoping native voters will decriminalize psychedelics on the poll field this November, and public opinion polling suggests there’s a great likelihood they’ll do it. But a Republican congressman from Maryland who’s lengthy stood in the best way of marijuana and drug coverage reform efforts within the nation’s capital says he’ll do every part in his energy to cease the measure from being enacted.
“This is a bald-faced attempt to just make these very serious, very potent, very dangerous—both short-term and long-term—hallucinogenic drugs broadly available,” U.S. Rep. Andy Harris (R-MD) advised the New York Post on Wednesday, two days after organizers submitted more than 35,000 signatures in an effort to qualify the decriminalization measure for November’s poll.
Harris told Post reporter Steven Nelson that he’ll use Congress’s management over D.C.’s funds to dam the measure by means of a House Appropriations Committee modification subsequent week.
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