To allow states to have control of marijuana laws

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Together we can achieve more .We believe the Congress and The Attorney General should pass legislation to allow states complete control over marijuana laws. Marijuana is used by thousands of people for medicinal purposes and to heal complications for ailments such as epilepsy, glaucoma, anxiety, and numerous more. There isn’t one record of a person overdosing from marijuana, and it hasn’t been found to be harmful to the human body. The Food and Drug Administration recently approved the first “Cannabis-based drug”, Epidiolex. This is further confirmation why marijuana should be removed as a schedule one drug . In the United States, Marijuana is legal for medicinal purposes in 33 and for recreational purposes in 10 states; Therefore, the United States of America should not have the jurisdiction to prosecute marijuana cases at the federal level , but it should be left solely up to the states alone. Now is the time for Congress to come together to decide whether we are going to have a federal system or an essential federal law. On January 11, 2019, House Representative Luis Correa introduced bill S. 421  “To direct the Attorney General, in enforcing the provisions of the Controlled Substances Act relating to Marijuana, to focus on certain enforcement priorities.” If passed, this bill  removes marijuana from all schedules under the CSA, and gives the states the right to determine if they want marijuana to be prosecuted. Please sign and let your Congressional representatives know you support the passing of this bill .