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Bipartisan Bill to Reform Mandatory Minimums Introduced in U.S. House

October 31st

WASHINGON, DC—Congressmen Raul Labrador (R-ID) and Bobby Scott (D-VA) introduced the Smarter Sentencing Act on Wednesday, which would significantly reform mandatory minimum drug sentencing policies. The bill, which was introduced as S.1410 in the Senate by Senators Dick Durbin (D-IL) and Mike Lee (R-UT) in July, would cut the length of some mandatory minimum drug […]

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Bipartisan Bill to Reform Mandatory Minimums Introduced in U.S. House

October 31st

WASHINGON, DC—Congressmen Raul Labrador (R-ID) and Bobby Scott (D-VA) introduced the Smarter Sentencing Act on Wednesday, which would significantly reform mandatory minimum drug sentencing policies. The bill, which was introduced as S.1410 in the Senate by Senators Dick Durbin (D-IL) and Mike Lee (R-UT) in July, would cut the length of some mandatory minimum drug […]

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Banks Willing to Work With Marijuana Business, But Waiting for Federal Clarification

October 30th

OLYMPIA, WA — Many banks in Washington State are willing to provide financial services to the state’s new recreational marijuana industry, but are unable to under current federal law. Reported this week in the Daily Herald: Marijuana businesses, even ones that will soon be legally licensed in this state, are considered criminal enterprises under federal […]

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Senate Hearing Takes on Mandatory Minimums

September 25th

WASHINGTON, DC – The Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing on mandatory minimum sentencing last Wednesday as Chairman Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT) and fellow committee member Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) sought to create momentum for a reform bill they filed together this spring, the Justice Safety Valve Act (Senate Bill 619). The hearing comes in the face of […]

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U.S. Senate Hearing to Highlight Conservative Opposition to Mandatory Minimum Sentencing Policies

September 25th

WASHINGTON, DC – Wednesday, the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee will hear testimony from four conservative witnesses who have concerns with the continued use of mandatory minimum sentencing, a costly and counterproductive cookie-cutter approach that binds a judge’s ability to apply a meaningful sentence that will address the offense and provide for public safety. According to the […]. . . . . READ MORE

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U.S. Senate Hearing to Highlight Conservative Opposition to Mandatory Minimum Sentencing Policies

September 18th

WASHINGTON, DC – Wednesday, the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee will hear testimony from four conservative witnesses who have concerns with the continued use of mandatory minimum sentencing, a costly and counterproductive cookie-cutter approach that binds a judge’s ability to apply a meaningful sentence that will address the offense and provide for public safety. According to the […]

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Feds May Help Marijuana Businesses Get Banking Services

September 11th

WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. law enforcement agencies are in talks about steps they may take under federal law to allow legal marijuana businesses to have access to bank accounts, a Justice Department official said on Tuesday. Deputy Attorney General James Cole said at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing that the existing situation of marijuana shops operating […]

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Senate Holds Hearing on State Marijuana Legalization

September 11th

WASHINGTON, DC — The Senate Judiciary Committee Tuesday afternoon held a hearing on marijuana legalization and conflicts between state and federal marijuana laws. Led by committee Chairman Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT), the hearing featured testimony from the deputy attorney general who has set Justice Department policy, two officials in states that have legalized marijuana and one critic […]

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Feds Reaffirm They Will Not Challenge State Legalization Laws

September 11th

WASHINGTON, DC — Speaking Tuesday before the US Senate Judiciary Committee, Deputy Attorney General James Cole reaffirmed that the Justice Department is unlikely to challenge statewide marijuana legalization efforts, provided that these efforts impose “robust regulations” which discourage sales to minors and seek to prevent the diversion of cannabis to states that have not yet […]

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Pro-Legalization Cops Say More Work to Be Done, But We’re Winning the War

September 11th

WASHINGTON, DC – The Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing on the conflict between state and federal marijuana laws Tuesday that included Deputy Attorney General James Cole; Sheriff John Urquhart of King County, Washington; Colorado governor John Hickenlooper’s chief legal counsel Jack Finlaw and others. The move comes shortly after major announcements from the Department […]

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