House Votes to Cease Medical Marijuana Prosecutions

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The U.S. House of Representatives voted early Friday morning to limit the Drug Enforcement Administration from targeting medical marijuana in states where it is legal. The 219-189 vote was passed with bipartisan support, and it's the first time an amendment protecting marijuana users has passed in the House. We discuss the vote's implications.

Guests:

Peter Hecht, Sacramento Bee reporter and author of "Weed Land"

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