Will Weed Be Legal Federally In The US? What The Experts Say

Many states have already passed laws and legislation to legally allow the sale and use of . The question is whether the US will federally legalize the drug. With a recent poll from November 2020, 68% of American residents support the federal legalization of marijuana. Making marijuana legal across the country is something that many are hoping for, but the legalization does not have the support of politicians. Based on this same poll, less than half of conservatives and Republicans support federally legalizing marijuana.

The owners and founders of major cannabis brands featured at AskGrowers have weighed in on this important question. The CEO at Fox Hollow Flora says federal laws will come about in 2022, backed up by a statement from Lisa Tollner, co-founder of Sensi Products, who states that Democrats are currently working on new legislation. She is right! Two Democratic senators along with Majority Leader Chuck Schumer have said they will be pushing to pass legislation this year and this would end a lengthy federal prohibition.

Supporters of cannabis reform have stated some strong reasons why legalization should occur. These include:

  • Medical benefits of cannabis

  • Potential

  • Regulation would make cannabis use safer

The Founder of Mindful Earth, Kelly Benson, supports legalization but believes if it does happen, it will be for “financial/economic reasons rather than health.” She thinks that the lack of cannabis education and misuse will stall any legalization based on medical benefits. Dee Dee Taylor from 502 Hemp is not convinced any federal will occur soon; however, she does …

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