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DEA “likely” to reschedule cannabis, congressional researchers say (Newsletter: September 15, 2023)

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The Congressional Research Service said it “could be likely” the Drug Enforcement Administration will accept a marijuana rescheduling recommendation—adding that such a move would have “broad implications” for taxes, housing, immigration, military service, employment and more.

The White House is promoting President Joe Biden’s mass marijuana pardon and scheduling review directive as part of a “Fight for Our Freedom” campaign meant to “mobilize young people” as next year’s election approaches.

Several bipartisan senators are weighing in on the prospects for a vote on a marijuana banking bill—with Sen. Steve Daines (R-MT) saying he hopes it will be

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