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House votes to stop federal raids on legal medical marijuana states

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May
2014

Members of the House voted late last night to stop federal law enforcers from interfering with medical marijuana operations in states that have made them legal. The measure, which restricts funds from being spent on stopping states from implementing the legalized distribution, possession, or cultivation of medical marijuana, will now head to the Senate, which will have to pass it in order to put a final stop to DEA raids being conducted on facilities that are legal within their state. While the federal government hasnt been intent on shutting down these operations, occasional raids have occurred because the operations are not legal at a federal level.

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