MMJ & 2016 Elections

Just as medical marijuana opened many hearts and minds to the truth about cannabis, MMJ may play a pivitol role in the upcoming change in administration. Read on about a new, important report released last Tuesday, Oct. 20, which could potentially stop the federal government from making it harder for medical marijuana research to occur within the U.S.

Political researchers at Brookings Institution, John Hudak and Grace Wallack, observed that medical pot is a politically-popular issue in the U.S., with upwards of 80 percent of Americans supporting the use of medical marijuana. “Medical marijuana reform should be an easy [issue] for a candidate seeking to connect with prospective voters and the expansion of medical research in the area should be an even easier consideration,” the report, written by Hudak and Wallack, says.

Hudak and Wallack view medical marijuana as a gateway drug to bipartisan cooperation in the next presidential administration. “Given public and congressional support for medical marijuana, the next president can use this issue as a springboard for overcoming gridlock in the early days of the new presidency,” Hudak and Wallack write. It could be “a strong signal from a new president ready to turn a leaf on the dysfunction and distrust of the prior eight years.”

The above is the tail of a longer article and worth your time to read entire. Find that original post HERE.


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Author: DavidB

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