Support Ending Federal Marijuana Prohibition
On June 23, 2011, a group of Members of Congress led by Representative Barney Frank introduced the "Ending Federal Prohibition of Marijuana Act of 2011." If passed, this bill would end marijuana prohibition, removing it from federal scheduling under the Controlled Substances Act, and enable states to pass their own laws, regulations and taxes regarding marijuana.
This historic bill would be a huge step in ending drug prohibition, and would put an end to the destructive policy of marijuana prohibition that ties the hands of law enforcers by wasting their time on nonviolent marijuana arrests, preventing them from focusing on solving violent crimes. Please take a moment to write to YOUR representatives and urge them to co-sponsor the "Ending Federal Prohibition of Marijuana Act of 2011."