Skip to content
Sign up to receive our free weekday morning edition, and you'll never miss a scoop.
The lawmakers are pouncing on the significant policy changes currently in the works when it comes to the federal government and cannabis.

Lawmakers ding VA for medical marijuana restrictions

First in The Vault: A bipartisan trio of senior lawmakers urged the Department of Veterans Affairs to rescind a directive prohibiting veterans from accessing medical marijuana programs through the Veterans Health Administration.

In a letter sent to VA Secretary Denis McDonough, Reps. Earl Blumenauer (D-Ore.), Dave Joyce (R-Ohio) and Barbara Lee (D-Calif.) urged the government to “ease the VA’s antiquated marijuana restrictions rooted in the racist drug policy.”

Subscripion logo

Become a Premium Policy member to continue reading The Vault

Join The Vault
Already a subscriber? Log In

Presented by Verizon

The increase in mobile usage doesn’t mean home internet usage is down. In fact, it’s the opposite. Verizon 5g/LTE Home Internet subscribers grew by 111% year-over-year. Check out the Consumer Connections Report to learn more.

Editorial photos provided by Getty Images. Political ads courtesy of AdImpact.