U.S. Congresswoman Tells Nevada To “Puff, Puff, Pass That Bill”

By Keith Mansur
Oregon Cannabis Connection

A United States Congresswoman from Nevada told the Nevada Assembly that they need to advance the marijuana legislation they are considering, telling them to, “Puff, puff, pass that bill.”

In comments on Tuesday, April 18th, Rep. Dina Titus told the Nevada state legislators the Trump administrations immigration enforcement were “xenophobic policies” that had negatively impacted tourism in the state. She commended the legislators for the economic outlook for the state, and she encouraged them to pass their current marijuana legislation that will start the roll-out of the adult-use cannabis in the Silver State.

“With Tick Segerbloom, I am a member of the cannabis caucus,” Titus told the assembly. “We want to protect that marijuana industry. Tick, are you there? Okay, I am counting on you…puff, puff, pass that bill.”

The comment received laughter and applause as the assembly wrapped up their session for the day.

Democratic Senator Segerbloom introduced Senate Bill 302 on March 17th, but Governor Sandoval threatened to veto the bill. It has support in the legislature.

© 2017 Oregon Cannabis Connection. All rights reserved.


Habit 420 is a Oregon Medical Marijuana Program participant for over ten years, a grower, and an activist. He believes cannabis has a unique place in our society and should be embraced for medical and adult use. To correspond with him, email him at goddabber@gmail.com

habit420 has 70 posts and counting.See all posts by habit420

One thought on “U.S. Congresswoman Tells Nevada To “Puff, Puff, Pass That Bill”

  • 04/20/2017 at 1:41 am

    haha hell yeah

Comments are closed.