Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is urging the Biden administration to take bold steps towards the descheduling of marijuana, signaling a push for significant drug policy reform. In a move that aligns with evolving public opinion on cannabis, Gillibrand is advocating for a reconsideration of the federal prohibition on marijuana.
Paul DeCastro reports.
The call to deschedule marijuana is part of a broader effort to address the outdated and contentious aspects of drug policy in the United States. By urging the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to reconsider its classification of marijuana, Gillibrand is challenging the longstanding federal stance on the. . .