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The US House of Representatives has passed a bill to decriminalise cannabis at the national level for the first time.

It calls for removing cannabis from the list of federally controlled substances and erasing certain federal convictions.

It also supports reinvestment in communities adversely impacted by the decades-long "war on drugs".

The bill is very unlikely to be taken up in the Republican-controlled Senate.

The Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement (More) Act was passed in the lower chamber 228 to 164 on Friday afternoon, with five Republicans - and one independent - supporting the measure.

To become law, the bill needs to pass the Senate and be signed by the president. If that happens, it could help bridge a major disconnect between national and state drug policy in the US.

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Still, some states don't accept cannabis.
I am glad that attitudes toward cannabis have softened over the years in the United States. Marijuana has many medical properties that can help people with high anxiety or depression. However, because weed is prohibited, people cannot help themselves. After all, it is worth taking something under the supervision of a specialist.  Under the conditions of the ban, it is impossible to consult a doctor. Nowadays, you can find delta 8 products near you only if you live in a liberal state. I am afraid that with the strengthening of the conservative position, the bans may extend to other states. I hope this doesn't happen.