Legislation on Marijuana Advertising Surfaces in Senate

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The U.S. House of Representatives on July 20 approved an appropriations bill that includes language that would prevent the FCC from taking administrative action against a radio or television licensee that accepts cannabis advertising — consistent with the laws of the state or local jurisdiction in which the station is licensed.


That action, however, is meaningless without the Senate’s passage.

A Democratic Senator from New Mexico just took the possibility of pot spots one step closer to reality — unless GOP leaders blow it away in a puff of smoke.

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