Those who were once the AG's biggest supporters have now become his biggest critics--Donald Trump and the Senate.
The agency has approved the cultivation of 5,400 pounds of marijuana, which is a substantial raise considering the measly 1,000 pounds being grown this year.
Back in the final months of Barack Obama’s presidency, the DEA announced it would license more growers to supply marijuana for scientific research.
Sessions’ comments appear to be fangless, however, as a Department of Justice spokesperson clarified this wasn’t a change in federal policy for the Attorney General.
Some of the Trump administration’s most dedicated critics continue to blame U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions for the nation’s stagnant drug policy, while others boast that Congress is finally ready to make a change.
The STATES Act—which stands for Strengthening the Tenth Amendment Through Entrusting States—could provide a federal solution to marijuana. Introduced by Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Cory Gardner, the potential bill would allow states to enact and regulate cannabis regulation free from federal overreach.
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