Messages referencing
Sen. Ron Wyden
(D-Oregon)
excluding messages from Sen. Wyden

"The wave of recent legalizations in the Midwest and on the East Coast have made social equity a key component of their new regulatory frameworks. Western states that legalized the drug earlier are also following suit."
upi.com → Marijuana legalization used to right wrongs from drug war

 

The federal prohibition on marijuana has disproportionately harmed young people of color.

Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ), Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR), and I are working to pass our Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act to end the federal prohibition and undo the harms of the War on Drugs.

Sen. Schumer was commenting on this link from upi.com
Marijuana legalization used to right wrongs from drug war
Nearly a decade after the first states approved recreational cannabis, righting wrongs from the drug war -- including making the business accessible to minorities -- is driving implementation across the country.
 

Working families in Washington and Oregon are counting on us to deliver:

🚸 Quality, affordable child care
🤒 Paid Leave
💰 A permanent expanded Child Tax Credit

And Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR) and I are fighting to get it done in the #BuildBackBetter budget.

 

Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR) and I spoke with parents and small business and education leaders today about how the #BuildBackBetter budget would level the playing field for working people in the Pacific Northwest.

The ubiquitous support for cannabis legalization can no longer be ignored. It's past time to end federal prohibition.
news.gallup.com → Support for Legal Marijuana Inches Up to New High of 68%

 

Americans are sending a clear message—they want an end to marijuana prohibition.

That’s why Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ), Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR), and I are working to pass our Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act to end the federal prohibition and undo the harms of the War on Drugs.

Sen. Schumer was commenting on this link from news.gallup.com
Support for Legal Marijuana Inches Up to New High of 68%
A record-high 68% of Americans support legalizing marijuana, including majorities of most demographic groups.