WASHINGTON – The National Cannabis Roundtable today commented on the decision to postpone a House vote on the Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement Act (MORE Act).
“One thing that has become clear in this Congress, is that it is no longer a matter of if, but when the federal prohibition on cannabis ends. This Congress has done more to move the needle on cannabis reform than any before it, and NCR has been proud to play a leadership role in this effort. As this bill and other reform proposals move through Congress, the National Cannabis Roundtable will continue do its part to promote social justice, equity and a diversified industry,” said Saphira Galoob, NCR executive director.
National Cannabis Roundtable
The National Cannabis Roundtable promotes common sense federal regulation, tax equality and financial services reform and supports changing federal law to acknowledge states’ rights to regulate and manage cannabis policy. The membership of NCR represents every aspect of the cannabis supply chain. Our members operate in states with legal cannabis programs. We are growers, processors, retailers, wellness centers, investors, entrepreneurs, and publicly traded companies. Learn more at www.nationalcannabisroundtable.org