By M.H. Cavanaugh Christian Action League December 10, 2020 The U.S. House of Representatives voted to remove marijuana from the federal list of controlled substances, Friday, December 4. The vote was historic in that this is the first time Congress has voted on the matter. The Senate is not expected to take up the legislation. […]
U.S. House Canceled Vote on Legalization and Commercialization of Marijuana
By Hunter HinesChristian Action LeagueOctober 1. 2020 Only one day after Rev. Mark Creech, executive director of the Christian Action League, sent a letter to the North Carolina Congressional delegation, urging them to oppose The MORE Act, House members cancelled a vote on the measure. Creech said that although he thinks the letter played a […]
Rev. Creech Appeals to N.C. Congressional Delegation to Vote Against The MORE Act
By L.A. WilliamsChristian Action LeagueSeptember 16, 2020 With tobacco and alcohol already wreaking havoc in America, why in the world would we want to legitimize and glorify marijuana by making it legal? That’s the question that the Rev. Mark Creech is asking members of Congress from North Carolina in advance of an anticipated vote on […]
Congress to Vote on Marijuana Legalization in Two Weeks, Tell Your Rep. to Vote, No!
By Hunter HinesChristian Action LeagueSeptember 3, 2020 The media, as well as various activist groups, are reporting that the U.S. House, led by Speaker Nancy Pelosi, is planning to vote on the legalization of marijuana this month. The MORE Act (Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement Act) would decriminalize cannabis convictions, as well as expunge most […]