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  4. The DOJ can be spending its money on improving policing, funding mental illness response training, or fighting America’s gun crime epidemic. (1/2) Instead, the US spends millions on the pointless “war on weed.” It’s the government’s duty to spend the People’s money responsibly, and to stop wasting it on pot! (2/2)
  5. I wonder when @POTUS will nominate a new VP, since his last one went missing #ContinuityOfGovt #25thAmendment
  6. Character Name: Robert Harrington Home State: Delaware Previous Jobs Teacher, 1986-1998 Assistant Principal, 1998-2003 Delaware House of Representatives, 2003-2013 Delaware Lt. Governor, 2013-2021 United States Senator, 2021-Present Date of Birth: 9/5/1964 Race / Ethnicity: White Religion: Catholic Wealth: Upper Middle Gender: Male Sexuality: Homosexual Are you married?: Yes Which class of Senate seat is the one you're choosing? Class II How many children do you have?: 2 Detailed Bio (optional) Robert Harrington was born in New Castle, Delaware to his parents John and Mary Harrington. Growing up, Robert was highly interested in history. He ended up graduating from Wesley College with his Bachelor’s Degree in history and education. Robert worked for the Wilmington Public Schools for over 18 years as both a teacher and administrator. After six years as an administrator, Robert was elected to the Delaware House of Representatives. During his second term, he came out of the closet; he would marry his long-time partner, David, when same-sex marriage was legalized in Delaware in 2013. That same year, Robert was elected State Lt. Governor of Delaware. In 2015, he and David adopted twin boys. Robert would serve two terms as Lt. Governor before he was elected to the Senate, replacing the retiring Senator Chris Coons.
  7. Michael Madison (R-IN): Fundraiser x2 - Illinois (4 hours)
  8. Debate ends. Voting begins for 24 hours.
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  10. Debate ends. Voting begins for 24 hours. Chair votes aye.
  11. Audrey Van Horn 1. Fundraiser - California (2 hours) 2. Fundraiser - New York (2 hours)
  12. Jack Swanner 1. Fundraiser - California (2 hours) 2. Fundraiser - Texas (2 hours)
  13. Kyle Fitzgerald 1. Fundraiser - Texas (2 hours) 2. Fundraiser - California (2 hours)
  14. IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES Mr. Morrow (with thanks to Mr. Ted Lieu of California, for himself, Mr. Amash, Mr. Polis, and Mr. Blumenauer) introduced the following bill A BILL To amend title 28, United States Code, to prohibit the use of amounts from the Asset Forfeiture Fund for the Domestic Cannabis Suppression/Eradication Program of the Drug Enforcement Administration, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE. This Act may be cited as the “Stop Civil Asset Forfeiture Funding for Marijuana Suppression Act”. SEC. 2. RESTRICTION ON USE OF THE ASSET FORFEITURE FUND FOR THE DOMESTIC CANNABIS SUPPRESSION/ERADICATION PROGRAM. Section 524 of title 28, United States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following: “(e) Notwithstanding subsection (c) of this section, beginning in fiscal year 2019, and for each fiscal year thereafter, no amounts in the Fund may be used for the Domestic Cannabis Suppression/Eradication Program of the Drug Enforcement Administration, or any substantially similar program.”. SEC. 3. NO AUTHORITY TO TRANSFER PROPERTY FOR PURPOSES OF THE DOMESTIC CANNABIS SUPPRESSION/ERADICATION PROGRAM. Notwithstanding section 981(e) of title 18, United States Code, no property may be transferred to a Federal agency or a State and local agency, if that property is used for any purpose pertaining to the Domestic Cannabis Suppression/Eradication Program of the Drug Enforcement Administration, or any substantially similar program. SEC. 4. SENSE OF CONGRESS. It is the sense of Congress that the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) expends a large amount of resources on enforcing prohibitions on marijuana. The comments of former DEA Administrator Chuck Rosenberg about the relative harm of marijuana support Congress’s belief that the DEA’s marijuana prohibition policy is an inappropriate use of resources. SEC. 5. PES. Prohibits DOJ asset forfeiture funds from being used to support the DEA’s Domestic Cannabis Suppression/Eradication Program.
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