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Cannabis banking & fed employment votes in Congress (Newsletter: September 18, 2023)

DOJ issues marijuana pardon certificates; Fed agencies discuss cannabis research; CA employment protection to gov; MD equity; MT sales

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The House Oversight and Accountability Committee will vote Wednesday on a bill to protect people from being denied federal employment or security clearances due to marijuana use—and to provide relief for people who lost opportunities in the past.

The Senate Banking Committee has officially scheduled a vote on a marijuana banking bill for September 27.

The Department of Justice has begun issuing certificates to people whose marijuana possession convictions were pardoned by President Joe Biden.

Federal officials with the Food and Drug Administration, National Institute on Drug Abuse, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other

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