Legalize Medical Marijuana Nationwide

The CARERS Act will let states legalize marijuana for medical use and is the most comprehensive medical marijuana bill ever introduced in Congress.

This bipartisan legislation is essential to end the federal war on medical marijuana. Pressure your Senators to cosponsor the bill today!

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Cosponsor the CARERS Act

I am writing to urge you to cosponsor the CARERS Act. Introduced by Sens. Paul, Booker and Gillibrand, the bill represents the most important medical marijuana legislation the Senate has seen.

The legislation would do the following:

- Allow states to legalize marijuana for medical use without federal interference
- Permit interstate commerce in cannabidiol (CBD) oils
- Reschedule marijuana to schedule II
- Allow banks to provide checking accounts and other financial services to marijuana dispensaries
- Allow Veterans Administration physicians to recommend medical marijuana to veterans
- Eliminate barriers to medical marijuana research.

Twenty-five states and the District of Columbia have laws that legalize and regulate marijuana for medicinal purposes. Twelve states have laws on the books or are about to be signed into law by their governors regulating cannabidiol (CBD) oils, a non-psychotropic component of medical marijuana which some parents are utilizing to treat their children's seizures. Four states and the District of Columbia have legalized marijuana for non-medical use.

It is time for the Senate to act and protect state medical marijuana laws. Please cosponsor this bill.

Sincerely,

[First Name] [Last Name]
[Your Addess]

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