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THE UNITED STATES CANNABIS COALITION (USCC) IS A BI-PARTISAN PRO-CANNABIS SPECIAL PROJECT OF THE USFC DEDICATED TO INFLUENCING FEDERAL LEVEL DECISION MAKERS, INCLUDING THE PRESIDENT, SO THEY HONOR STATE’S RIGHTS AND STATE MANDATED MARIJUANA LAWS AS WELL AS REFORM OUR ANTIQUATED AND FAILED FEDERAL DRUG LAWS. About Us Donate Now
Roger Stone wants Donald Trump to let the American people legally toke, like he promised in the campaign — and if Jeff Sessions is standing in the way … smoke …
After a year in office, we, the cannabis community, are curious. “Where are you President Trump?” Whether you voted for POTUS or not, whether he’s ‘Your President’ or not, believe …
The GOP has a marijuana problem that only Trump can fix.
The USCC is a Special Project of the United States Freedom Coalition
The United States Cannabis Coalition (USCC) is a pro-cannabis special project dedicated to influencing federal level decision makers so they honor State’s Rights and state mandated marijuana laws as well as reform our antiquated and failed federal drug laws.
To learn more about the sponsoring organization of the USCC, please visit usfreedomcoalition.org
During the campaign, President Trump pledged that as President he would honor and protect state’s rights in the 29 states that have legalized cannabis. Candidate Trump went so far as …
The United States Cannabis Coalition is a bi-partisan pro-cannabis advocacy group engaged in influencing national and state level policy makers, including the President, on marijuana industry issues. The USCC is …
Millions of Americans are getting medical relief from the use of cannabis in all its forms. When Attorney General Jeff Sessions says “good people don’t smoke marijuana” he’s wrong; sick …
Roger Stone Introduces the USCC
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