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The cannabis community was collectively relieved at the news of William Barr’s AG appointment as he has stated that he will observe state cannabis laws.
Cannabis advocates excited as four states voted on midterm cannabis legalization measures on Tuesday and Attorney General Jeff Sessions was fired Wednesday.
The Marijuana Policy Coordination Committee is part of a secret cannabis war being conducted by the Trump administration and AG Sessions.
Republican Senator Cory Gardner is protesting Jeff Sessions’ decision on states’ medical marijuana access by blocking votes on DOJ officials.
After Jeff Sessions repealed the Cole Memo earlier this month, the REFER Act was introduced to quell fears over federal intrusion over state marijuana laws.
AG Jeff Sessions recently called for an end to the policies of the Cole Memo. The memo protected medical marijuana states from any federal prosecution.
All charges were dismissed in the Kettle Falls Five yesterday. The case made headlines because it was a prime example of federal intervention in medical marijuana states.
2017 may have been the biggest year ever for the cannabis industry. 2018 may be even better with more states expected to legalize and more money to be made.
Republicans have not typically been linked to cannabis reform. A new Gallup poll from 2017 shows Republican cannabis support has reached 51%.