Senator Jacky Rosen is a champion for legalizing marijuana on both a medical and recreational level. She is outspoken in her position, and has fought diligently to get qualified patients the medicine they need, and responsible adults safe, regulated marijuana.
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H.R.975 - Respect State Marijuana Laws Act of 2017 (2017-2018)
H.R.1810 - Small Business Tax Equity Act of 2017 (2017-2018)
H.R.1820 - Veterans Equal Access Act (2017-2018)
H.R.2215 - SAFE Act of 2017 (2017-2018)
H.R.4825 - MEDS Act (2017-2018)
H.R.5520 - VA Medicinal Cannabis Research Act of 2018 (2017-2018)
H.R.6043 - STATES Act (2017-2018)S.1200 - Secure And Fair Enforcement Banking Act of 2019
Senator Jacky Rosen speaks passionately about researching marijuana use for veterans struggling with PTSD (10/24/19)
“Nevada’s marijuana businesses are continuing to operate as cash-only businesses as a result of federal laws blocking access to financial institutions and services, leaving many of these businesses susceptible to theft.” said Senator Rosen. “The SAFE Banking Act will allow our new industry to continue to grow and gain the same access to financial institutions as any other legal business. I will continue to be an advocate for our thriving cannabis industry and work to give these businesses the tools they need to continue to invest in our communities.” (4/11/19)
"I believe that marijuana should be removed as a Schedule 1 drug and that states should be given the right to regulate marijuana use and distribution."
"I have repeatedly worked to ensure the Trump Administration can’t interfere with Nevada’s marijuana industry. In Congress I have co-sponsored the Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol Act, as well as bipartisan legislation like the Respect State Marijuana Laws Act and the Strengthening the Tenth Amendment Through Entrusting States (STATES) Act. "
"I was proud to support Nevada’s marijuana ballot initiative in 2016 and our state has already seen the positive impacts of this industry, including thousands of jobs and millions of dollars in tax revenue. "
The baseless assertion that marijuana leads to opioid addiction repeats a tired and widely debunked argument. I'm co-sponsoring a bill to improve scientific research on safe and effective ways to use medical marijuana.
"There's a real benefit [medical marijuana] people with epilepsy that take different forms of marijuana, it allows them to eat, it allows them to control their nausea, it allows them to sleep. It is absolutely a good thing"
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