Should Marijuana Legalization Include Interstate Commerce?Posted by On

As Congress moves forward with proposals to legalize marijuana at the federal level, with the introduction of the long-awaited Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act and subsequent historic Senate hearings, some questions remain about the details of what federal legalization should ultimately look like. In particular, what has emerged as one of the most contentious details when it comes to federal regulation of cannabis is the question of whether interstate cannabis commerce should be implemented with legalization, delayed for a few years, or barred altogether.

For background, while cannabis is fully legal in over a dozen states across the country, and dozens more for medical use, while it remains illegal under federal law no cannabis products are allowed to cross state lines- no plants, no pre-rolled joints, no edibles, no tinctures, nothing. If it’s made in California it needs to stay in…

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