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The Department of Justice filed a federal court brief arguing that cannabis consumers with guns pose a unique danger to society, in part because they’re “unlikely” to store their weapon properly before using marijuana.

The House Rules Committee blocked floor votes on amendments to protect state marijuana legalization and medical psilocybin laws from federal interference. It also blocked a proposal that would prevent the Biden administration from rescheduling cannabis.

Former federal drug officials published a report showing that 53 percent of Americans now live in a state where recreational marijuana is legal, despite ongoing federal

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