H.R.499 - Ending Federal Marijuana Prohibition Act

To decriminalize marijuana at the Federal level, to leave to the States a power to regulate marijuana regulate marijuana that is similar to the power they have to regulate alcohol, and for other purposes. view all titles (4)

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  • Official: To decriminalize marijuana at the Federal level, to leave to the States a power to regulate marijuana regulate marijuana that is similar to the power they have to regulate alcohol, and for other purposes. as introduced.
  • Popular: Ending Federal Marijuana Prohibition Act as introduced.
  • Official: To decriminalize marijuana at the Federal level, to leave to the States a power to regulate marijuana that is similar to the power they have to regulate alcohol, and for other purposes. as introduced.
  • Short: Ending Federal Marijuana Prohibition Act of 2013 as introduced.

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  • xcrissxcrossx 05/26/2013 11:56pm

    Doesn’t mean much to me, as I’m in a state that supports strict marijuana prohibition. Hopefully it serves as a step to legalizing marijuana on the federal level.

  • Theunheardpeople 12/12/2013 10:18am

    I really wish They wouldn’t lie and say they have our best interest in mind, sorry but you have yourself and whoever offers you the most money in mind. Please tell me more on how you guys will consider our views on this if it makes it to senate. uhhmm we kinda need you people to do your job for us and help it get to senate .. don’t just wish us luck and give us a reply that you probably didn’t even type. If you consider what we our views and support on this bill then help us get it to senate dont offer us help IF it does. we dont need that atm. kk thank you. without voices from people we trust enough to elect to represent us, we cant win, and also let the wrong people get to where they are! -every logical citizen to ever exist

  • Devon_Cooper 02/02/2014 12:00pm

    Oklahoma representatives, please support this bill! Bring in revenue to our state, because Mary Fallin will not! The people are speaking, and you work for us!

  • Outdabox88 02/12/2014 11:25am

    Hemp/Cannabis can be made into over 10,000 things , including oil , fabric , electricity , building materials , energy , medicine , food , and so much more. Never in a million years could we produce enough hemp/cannabis in the USA to provide all that we demand from every one of the industries . We import millions of dollars annually to compensate what we can not provide in all major industries . We can use this God given , all natural plant to heal our planet , people , and economy . Legalization and marketing of this beneficial plant will allow us to affectively cut down the need for foreign import to a tiny percentage . Please , do some research and learn for yourself that this drug has been a medicine for tens of thousands of years and it has been miss scheduled since a racist people used fear , stupidity , and yellow journalism to outlaw it under a different name in 1937, against the AMA doctors recommendation . Thank You in advance.

  • ThomColorado 07/01/2014 10:37pm

    Let’s get this bill moving forward, it has been in committee for too long. With over 800,000 marijuana arrests each year that alone says this issue of probation needs to be addressed.

  • Thorson14 09/01/2014 6:22pm

    It’s time for America to stand up and just say no more. We have been loosing this war on drugs since day one. Just like prohibition of alcohol only served to create criminals and criminal empires, cannabis prohibition helps put it in the hands of children and terrorists alike.

    The American war on drugs is over. Let our voices be heard and from state to state we can call a ceasefire and stop wasting time and money on this “war”.


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