Court Affirms California Congressmen’s Intentions to Protect Patients

The fight for the cannabis industry keeps getting stronger. After a big win in a US Appeals Court, a California Republican Congressman, Dana Rohrabacher, stood up for the industry and patients. Representative Dana Rohrabacher stated, “Basically, we have left medical marijuana to the states,” Rohrabacher said, adding, “I think there really is every indication that the states will legalize the personal use by adults of cannabis as well.”

California legalized medical marijuana in 1996, but if a recreational vote is passed, many unlicensed cannabis businesses will have to have to go through the proper channels to run a legal cannabis business, according to California Medical Marijuana laws. The state of California is the world’s 6th largest economy and will set the tone for the rest of the country and possibly the world.

Do you think California will vote yes to recreational marijuana?

federal government has no right to prosecute individuals in compliance with their state’s legal cannabis laws. Court Affirms Congressmen’s Intentions to Protect Patients

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Brian Wroblewski

Brian Wroblewski has a passion for writing, travel, food and family. Since working in and around the cannabis industry since 2008, Brian brings a unique perspective to the cannabis journalism space. With a focus on emerging brands, moving the cannabis industry forward and an undeniable passion for truth in business and journalism, find some of Brian's posts across the web on digital marketing, cannabis and a variety of different topics.

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