The Senate Banking Committee has officially scheduled a vote on cannabis banking reform for Sept. 27. The long-awaited reform 

regarding how legal marijuana companies can access financial services, which started and stalled for years in Congress, will finally move ahead after several key Republicans softened their opposition to the bill.

Senate Banking Committee Chairman Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) told reporters he wanted a strong vote from the committee.

“I want to see a strong vote come out” of the committee, Brown said. “It helps us with momentum on the floor and the House.”

The announcement comes shortly …

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