We’re at a pivotal moment in advocating for fair and progressive cannabis laws. The Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement (MORE) Act (HR 5601), a bill crucial to ending federal marijuana prohibition, has been reintroduced in the House of Representatives for the third time.
This legislation stands as a beacon of hope and justice, aimed at rectifying long-standing inequities in our nation’s drug policies, and it has already passed in the House twice!
Unfortunately, under both Republican Speakers Kevin McCarthy and Mike Johnson, the House of Representatives shows no indication of being willing to again take up this bill to legalize marijuana.
Now, we turn to you, our steadfast supporters, to elevate this cause. By sending a letter to your members of Congress, you can champion the passage of the MORE Act. Your influence can tip the scales, urging Congress to enact this groundbreaking legislation. Will you send a letter to your Representative now?
The MORE Act transcends mere legalization; it embodies a transformative approach to criminal justice reform and economic empowerment. It aims to expunge past convictions, offering victims of the drug war a fresh start. Further, the bill would foster growth and ownership in the burgeoning legal cannabis industry by supporting impacted individuals and promoting small, local businesses.
Faced with challenges from prohibitionist leaders like Jim Jordan in the House Judiciary Committee, the MORE Act confronts an uphill battle. However, this fight is crucial for dismantling the persistent barriers of marijuana prohibition.
Together, let’s shape a future where justice and freedom prevail in our cannabis policies. Your action today can catalyze a monumental change for tomorrow.
P.S. Grassroots supporters like you are the backbone of our movement. Your contributions allow us to amplify our message and champion the cause of cannabis legalization and justice. Can you support our mission with a donation today?
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