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Will Trump respect Washington voters on marijuana use?

Photo: Noexcuseradio; Edited: LW/TO

– “Washington’s legal pot experiment: Can it survive Trump?”
“Under Obama, the federal government left states alone. The current White House has made no such promises.”

“Trump spokesman Sean Spicer, however, has promised “greater enforcement” of federal cannabis laws. Newly appointed Attorney General Jeff Sessions has reminded us that, although states “can pass the laws they choose,” cannabis remains federally illegal, and that the federal government is perfectly free to enforce its own laws.

And that has sent the legal cannabis industry into a bit of a tizzy. The cannabis news space has been a nonstop discussion of Sessions since Election Day, and that’s only intensified of late. Plenty of people in the cannabis industry are skeptical that Sessions can actually do what he’s suggesting, but plenty more are tearing their hair out, wondering if the DEA is going to show up in unmarked vans and cart their hard-earned livelihood away,” by Tobias Coughlin-Bogue, Crosscut.
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Posted by Steve on March 28, 2017 at 12:01 am | Permalink

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