Senators of the Judiciary Subcommittee on Criminal Justice and Counterterrorism, which is setting up a hearing on marijuana reform, presented a non-definite list of possible witnesses to testify on Federal Cannabis Decriminalization, reported Marijuana Moment.
The hearing will be held on for Tuesday, July 26 at 02:30 PM (EST).
Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ), the main chair of the Judiciary Subcommittee, has five witnesses scheduled to testify, among them Weldon Angelos, a former federal marijuana prisoner, and Alex Berenson, an anti-cannabis proselytizer.
Who Are The Witnesses Non-Officially Announced So Far?
‘Decriminalizing Cannabis at the Federal Level: Necessary Steps to Address Past Harms’ was the name that the subcommittee assigned to the hearing where Malik Burnett, Weldon Angelos, and Edward Jackson so far, will participate as majority witnesses.
Burnett is a pro-legalization physician who formerly worked for the Drug Policy Alliance (DPA) and previously testified in favor of reform before the U.S. …