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House bill would stop FCC from weeding out cannabis ads

House lawmakers tacked language onto a Federal Communication Commission spending bill for next year to block the FCC from trying to prevent broadcasters from running ads for cannabis products in states with legalized marijuana.

The brief provision made it into the House bill covering financial services and general government that cleared the full Appropriations Committee on Friday. But it’s far from law, with Congress a long way from resolving fiscal 2023 spending plans and the full House and Senate getting a stab at whether to allow TV and radio ads for cannabis. Appropriators in the House hope to see the mandate…

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Published: June 29, 2022

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