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first_img continue reading » The most cannabis-friendly Congress in history is back from its August recess, and lawmakers are already making key moves to advance marijuana reform legislation. The immediate focus is on a proposal to let banks serve cannabis companies without fear of being punished by federal regulators—with House leaders announcing that a floor vote is expected by the end of the month.On Monday, the Senate version of the marijuana financial services bill got its 33rd cosponsor—Sen. Tina Smith (D-MN)—meaning that virtually a third of the chamber is now formally signed onto the legislation, counting its main sponsor Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-OR).Not to be outdone by movement in the House, where the cannabis banking legislation was approved in committee back in March, Senate Banking Committee Chairman announced last week that he plans a vote on the issue in his panel by the end of the year. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

first_img Loading… Dutch legend, Wesley Sneijder, is dusting off his boots to come out of retirement at the age of 36. According to RTV Utrecht, The former Real Madrid and Inter Milan star is set to begin training with amateur side DHSC on July 27 in the Netherlands. The Holland hero will build up his fitness with the fifth-tier side based in Utrecht. He quit the pro game back in August after finishing his career with spells at Galatasaray, Nice and Qatari outfit Al-Gharafa. His decision to come out of retirement comes just weeks after old international team-mate Arjen Robben sensationally performed his own career U-turn. Robben, also 36, made an emotional return to boyhood club FC Groningen, the side where he started his career, after being persuaded to make the move by his wife. Sneijder, capped a record 134 times by his country, is believed to be interested in a return to top-flight football with FC Utrecht in the Eredivisie.Advertisement He has a great relationship with the club and the former playmaker is often spotted at Stadion Galgenwaard watching home games from a box. Sneijder was born in Utrecht but never played for his hometown team, instead of bursting onto the scene via the Ajax academy. But that could be set to change as technical director Jordy Zuidam admitted the club are interested in a deal provided Sneijder is in good shape. read also:Sneijder: Inter Milan can win Coppa The midfielder has piled on the pounds in retirement and recently spoke about his booze hell as vodka became his “best friend”. He confessed to becoming a party boy in the Spanish capital and has seen two marriages collapse amid his battle with the bottle. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more