38 states have legalized some form of marijuana. Now, two Congressmen have introduced separate bills in Washington, D.C. that would legalize, tax, and regulate marijuana at the federal level. States would still have the option to legalize or continue their own regulations.
Should the federal ban on marijuana be removed?
Yes, remove the ban on marijuana at the federal level
No, marijuana should stay illegal
The Canadian government is considering increasing insurance requirements for railroads and shippers that carry crude oil. Coverage would increase from the current $25 million to as much as $1 billion depending on the quantity of dangerous substances transported. In the United States, the U.S. Department of Transportation says the largest American railroads currently carry insurance of about $25 million.
Should the United States require railroads increase their insurance to amounts similar to what is proposed in Canada?
Yes, increase the insurance coverage for railroads transporting crude oil
No, no insurance increase is needed