DEA legalizes cocaine derivative & pushes back on marijuana descheduling; Latest on SAFE Plus negotiations; Poll: Americans back legal cannabis
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The Drug Enforcement Administration is moving ahead with a plan to legalize a cocaine derivative—while pushing back against critics who say that marijuana should be similarly descheduled.
The Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network released new marijuana banking data—including state-by-state numbers for the first time.
Congressional negotiations on the so-called “SAFE Plus” package of marijuana banking and expungement reforms are intensifying as the clock ticks down on the lame duck session—but some advocates aren’t ready to sign off until they see the actual provisions.
A new Pew Research Center poll found that just one out of ten Americans supports keeping marijuana totally illegal. There is broad supermajority support for legalizing medical
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