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In a groundbreaking decision on Wednesday, the House Judiciary Committee approved the MORE Act, which would effectively end federal marijuana prohibition if it became law. Short for the Marijuana Opportunity, Reinvestment, and Expungement Act, the MORE Act (HR 3884) would take cannabis off the Controlled Substances Act — where it's currently categorized as Schedule I along with drugs like heroin — and impose a small excise tax on legal pot sales in order to fund criminal record expungement. A bipartisan issue, the measure passed with a vote of 24 to 10, indicating a readiness among lawmakers to reconcile state and federal cannabis law. "This is a truly historic moment in our nation's political history," says Erik Altieri, executive director of NORML (National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws).

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