California Cannabis Banking Bill Stalls

加州大麻银行条例草案

2019-09-11 02:28:00 Business Times

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PRESS RELEASE - In 2016, Blessed Coast Farms received the first cannabis cultivation permit in the state of California. This was an incredible life change for second generation legacy cannabis farmer, Siobhan Danger Darwish. This major life change for Darwish was the catalyst that moved her to create Grow Sisters, the multimedia educational platform. On a shoestring budget, Darwish and her sister Sloan Reed started filming cannabis cultivation educational videos from their family farm. After posting the videos to social media, the sisters gained attention and the sisterhood began to explode into full bloom. U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris announced a broad criminal justice policy overhaul as part of her presidential campaign Sept. 9, and cannabis legalization is a key component. Harris’ plan targets the war on drugs as an overarching concept—something she plans to end outright—and she homes in on cannabis legalization as a stepping stone in that direction. Her plans include: “support states in legalizing marijuana; legalize marijuana on the federal level, expunge convictions, and reinvest in the community.” While Harris has been criticized for playing a prosecutorial role in the war on drugs as California attorney general, she’s used her presidential campaign to lend vocal support to the ongoing reform movement. Harris is hovering around the seven- and eight-percent mark in most Democratic polling averages, according to fivethirtyeight.com. To enact her criminal justice vision and its cannabis tenets, Harris is pledging to: -       Legalize cannabis at the federal level by removing it from the Controlled Substances Act -       Require expungement for cannabis-related convictions -       Create three grant programs by assessing a sales tax on cannabis products “It is past time to end the failed war on drugs, and it begins with legalizing marijuana,” Harris wrote in a public statement. “Marijuana arrests account for over 50 percent of all drug arrests. Of the 8.2 million marijuana arrests between 2001 and 2010, 88 percent were for simple marijuana possession. Worse, despite roughly equal usage rates, black people are about four times more likely than white people to be arrested for marijuana.”
PRESS RELEASE -2016年,福林海岸农场获得了加利福尼亚州第一个大麻种植许可证。对于第二代大麻农民 Siobhan Danger Darwish 来说,这是一个令人难以置信的生活变化。这对 Darwish 的主要生活变化是催化剂,使她创建成长姐妹,多媒体教育平台。在微薄的预算中, Darwish 和她的姐姐 SloanReed 开始拍摄大麻种植家庭农场的教育视频。在向社交媒体发布视频之后,这对姐妹得到了关注,姐妹关系开始蓬勃发展。 美国参议员.作为9月9日总统竞选的一部分,卡马拉·哈里斯宣布了一项广泛的刑事司法政策改革,大麻合法化是一个关键组成部分。 哈里斯的计划以毒品战争为目标,将其作为一个整体概念——她计划彻底结束这一概念——她把大麻合法化作为朝这个方向迈出的一步。她的计划包括:“支持各州将大麻合法化;在联邦层面将大麻合法化,驱逐定罪,并对社区进行再投资。” 尽管哈里斯因在毒品战争中扮演检察官角色而受到批评,但她还是利用她的总统竞选活动,向正在进行的改革运动表示支持。根据 fivetshirty8的数据,在大多数民主党人的平均投票中,哈里斯徘徊在7%和8%的关口附近。com 。 为了实现她的刑事司法愿景和大麻原则,哈里斯承诺: -将大麻从《管制物质法案》中删除,从而在联邦一级合法化 -要求将与大麻有关的定罪驱逐出境 -通过评估大麻产品的销售税,创建三个赠款计划 哈里斯在一份公开声明中写道:“现在是结束毒品战争失败的时候了,首先是大麻合法化。”“大麻逮捕占所有毒品逮捕的50%以上。在2001年至2010年期间的820万次大麻逮捕中,88%是因为持有简单的大麻。更糟糕的是,尽管使用率大致相等,但黑人因大麻被捕的可能性是白人的四倍。”

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