TELL CONGRESS WE HAVE CANNABIS IN COMMON

An overwhelming majority of Americans support legalizing cannabis. It’s time for Congress to join us.

Right now, the Senate is preparing to seriously consider federal legalization for the first time in history. It won’t get done unless we get loud. Let’s tell our lawmakers we have cannabis in common.

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ARE YOUR SENATORS ON BOARD?

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Do your senators support legalizing cannabis or do they oppose it? Do they stand with the majority of voters in your state? Select your state to find out if your senators are on board with ending federal cannabis prohibition.

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LET’S BREAK IT DOWN

36 states and D.C. have legalized cannabis in some form, but it’s still totally illegal at the federal level. So what does that mean, exactly? It means thousands of people are still in federal prison for cannabis-related crimes. It means veterans can’t access medical cannabis through the VA system. It means state-legal cannabis businesses are criminal enterprises under federal law. It means Congress is not listening to the American people.

  • More than two thirds of Americans—including 70% of registered voters—support legalizing cannabis according to recent polling. At a time when Americans can’t seem to agree on anything, legalization has support across the political spectrum.
  • For the first time ever, the Senate is getting serious about cannabis. A federal legalization bill known as the Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act is about to be introduced by Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer.
  • The current Congress is the most cannabis-friendly in history, but there’s still not quite enough support to get legalization through the Senate. That’s where you come in.
  • If enough voters make noise about this issue, we can convince the senators who are on the fence to change their tune. Now is the time to take action. Tell your senators cannabis legalization is more popular than they are!

BEYOND LEGALIZATION

EXPUNGEMENT

Countless Americans have cannabis-related convictions on their records that make it difficult to get jobs, housing, and education. Thousands more are still behind bars. Federal cannabis reform could stop people from being punished for something that’s legal in much of the country.

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SOCIAL EQUITY

Black Americans are nearly 4x more likely than white Americans to be arrested for cannabis offenses, yet only 2% of cannabis businesses are Black-owned. Social equity programs aim to address problems like this so the legal cannabis industry can create opportunities for everyone.

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SUSTAINABILITY

Cannabis cultivation can use a whole lot of energy. Federal legalization has the potential to create a more environmentally-friendly cannabis industry.

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BANKING

Most banks can’t work with cannabis businesses even though they are legal at the state level. This forces a multi-billion dollar industry to rely almost entirely on cash, which creates all sorts of problems.

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