A strange-bedfellows mix of powerful state governors and members of Congress signed on to end the decades-old war on marijuana – via the newly introduced STATES Act.
Momentum seemed to build over the weekend for the bill, introduced Thursday by Sen. Corey Gardner (R-CO) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA). On Friday, the governors of California and New York, as well as their counterparts in ten other states, urged Congressional leaders to advance the bill.
California Gov. Jerry Brown endorsed the plan to exempt legalization states from federal pot law in a joint letter