Many Colorado-based marijuana businesses are working with federal banks, despite the fact that cannabis remains a Schedule I controlled substance.
How are cannabis businesses preparing for the possible passage of the SAFE Banking Act?
The Secure and Fair Enforcement (SAFE) Banking Act will now move on to the Senate.
Maryland Democrat and House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer wants to put the SAFE Banking Act to a vote by the end of the month.
Here's what was said at today's Senate hearing.
The SAFE Act will the subject of an upcoming Senate hearing.
Another lawmaker has joined the team to advance the SAFE Banking Act.
The National Association of Attorneys General are urging the passage of the SAFE Act.
For just the third time ever, and with bipartisan support, a standalone cannabis bill has cleared a congressional committee.
New provisions added to the SAFE Banking Act, up for full committee vote on March 26, would require federal regulators to study and recommend ways to...