The report is called The Path Forward: Rethinking Federal Policy on Marijuana. I have no idea how to cite this online source. It seems confusing since it isn't a bill but rather just something he wrote to inform. Website: https://blumenauer.house.gov/sites/blumenauer.house.gov/files/BlumenauerReport_ThePathForward.pdf
I searched google scholar to find your article The path forward: rethinking federal marijuana policy and from there you can cite it using several different formats including MLA by clicking the double quotation symbol as shown in the figures below:
Also in the second figure you can click the BibTeX link.
There are two different ways I might cite it. I have included the examples from the page I link to.
First, you could cite it as a webpage:
Poncelet, Barbara. "Mom Am I Fat?: Helping Your Teen Have a Positive Body Image." Verywell.com, About Inc., 20 Apr. 2016, www.verywell.com/mom-am-i-fat-3200843. Accessed 7 July 2016.
Second, you could cite it as a Government Document
Highlights from the Competition Bureau’s Workshop on Emerging Competition Issues. Competition Bureau of Canada, 4 Mar. 2016, www.competitionbureau.gc.ca/eic/site/cb-bc.nsf/vwapj/cb-Workshop-Summary-Report-e.pdf/$FILE/cb-Workshop-Summary-Report-e.pdf. Accessed 6 July 2016.
I would not use Google Scholar's suggested citation. In my own experience, the suggestions are often poorly formatted for "grey" literature and contain errors for scientific article citation details.