This Bill Will Protect State-Based Legal Marijuana Laws From Jeff Sessions And Federal Interference
U.S. Representative Dana Rohrabacher has introduced legislation intended to prevent Jeff Sessions and the DEA from interfering.
Despite Anti-Marijuana Rhetoric, Jeff Sessions Isn’t Changing Anything
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions created a lot of buzz on Wednesday by claiming marijuana use is “only slightly less awful” than heroin addiction.
So, Yesterday Jeff Sessions Said Marijuana Is ‘Only Slightly Less Awful’ Than Heroin
Jeff Sessions took his dislike of marijuana to a whole new level by saying that marijuana use is “only slightly less awful” than heroin addiction.
Jeff Sessions And Marijuana: The Only Thing You Need To Know
Just about whenever Attorney General Jeff Sessions speaks, the cannabis industry panics. Stop it, people! Here's the only thing you really need to know.
Marijuana Bills Currently In Congress: How They Can Change The Game
There are presently a handful of federal marijuana bills idling in Congress that would work to pull the United States out of marijuana prohibition.
11 Senators From Legal Weed States Beg Jeff Sessions To Keep DOJ Policy
Eleven senators have singed a letter urging Jeff Sessions to continue the Department of Justice’s current approach to law enforcement regarding the drug,
Confusion Continues Over Whether White House Plans To Crackdown On Legal Marijuana
Last week, the Sean Spicer seemed to signal a coming crackdown on marijuana. Yesterday Jeff Sessions has come forward to suggest something more.
Sean Spicer And Recreational Marijuana: What He Got Wrong
By ignoring state laws where recreational use, the White House is choosing to ignore constituent wishes and jeopardize state programs.
White House Hints That Marijuana Crackdown Is Coming
White House spokesman Sean Spicer said he anticipates states will begin to see “greater enforcement” of the federal law against recreational marijuana use.
Marijuana Industry Waiting To See What Jeff Sessions Has Planned
Now that the marijuana industry is on the verge of becoming a $21 billion industry it is difficult to imagine the White House could sabotage the market.