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Trump Administration Takes Step That Could Threaten Marijuana Legalization Movement

Trump Administration Takes Step That Could Threaten Marijuana Legalization Movement

The Trump administration will free federal prosecutors to more aggressively prosecute marijuana laws.
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Trump now threatening to sue Bannon, Manafort sues Mueller and the Justice Department, Trump drops electoral fraud charade, and more.

Report: Sessions to end ‘hands-off’ policy that allowed pot legalization to flourish

Attorney General Jeff Sessions will rescind a “hands-off” policy that allowed states to legalize marijuana use without federal intervention, The Associated Press reported Thursday. According…

GOP senator says Sessions ‘went back on his word’ on pot policy, threatens to block DOJ nominees

Sen. Cory Gardner (R-Colo.) threatened to block President Donald Trump’s nominations to the Department of Justice if Attorney General Jeff Sessions follows through on plans…
Colorado Lawmakers Are Not Happy About Jeff Sessions’ New Marijuana Restrictions

Colorado Lawmakers Are Not Happy About Jeff Sessions’ New Marijuana Restrictions

"The Justice Department has trampled on the will of the voters"
Colorado Lawmakers Are Not Happy About Jeff Sessions’ New Marijuana Restrictions

Colorado Lawmakers Are Not Happy About Jeff Sessions’ New Marijuana Restrictions

"The Justice Department has trampled on the will of the voters"
California Defiant in Face of Federal Move to Get Tough on Marijuana

California Defiant in Face of Federal Move to Get Tough on Marijuana

Even as California has expanded the sale of marijuana in the state, the Trump administration has taken steps to allow federal prosecutors to be more aggressive in prosecuting marijuana cases.
Obstruction Inquiry Shows Trump’s Struggle to Keep Grip on Russia Investigation

Obstruction Inquiry Shows Trump’s Struggle to Keep Grip on Russia Investigation

Jeff Sessions's recusal from the Russia investigation has been a source of friction with President Trump.
Obstruction Inquiry Shows Trump’s Struggle to Keep Grip on Russia Investigation

Obstruction Inquiry Shows Trump’s Struggle to Keep Grip on Russia Investigation

Jeff Sessions's recusal from the Russia investigation has been a source of friction with President Trump.
Cory Gardner warns Sessions: I’ll hold every DOJ nomination until you reverse this marijuana decision

Cory Gardner warns Sessions: I’ll hold every DOJ nomination until you reverse this marijuana decision

"Today Jeff Sessions went back on his word." The post Cory Gardner warns Sessions: I’ll hold every DOJ nomination until you reverse this marijuana decision appeared first on Hot Air.
President Trump Had His Lawyer Urge Jeff Sessions not to Recuse Himself From the Russia Probe, Report Says

President Trump Had His Lawyer Urge Jeff Sessions not to Recuse Himself From the Russia Probe, Report Says

The conversation between Don McGahn, the president's White House counsel, and Sessions took place on the president's orders
President Trump Had His Lawyer Urge Jeff Sessions not to Recuse Himself From the Russia Probe, Report Says

President Trump Had His Lawyer Urge Jeff Sessions not to Recuse Himself From the Russia Probe, Report Says

The conversation between Don McGahn, the president's White House counsel, and Sessions took place on the president's orders
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Department of Injustice

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Department of Injustice

Jeff Sessions at the Justice Department in December. On Thursday he rescinded an Obama-era policy that had discouraged federal prosecutors from bringing charges of marijuana-related crimes in states
California Defiant in Face of Federal Move to Get Tough on Marijuana

California Defiant in Face of Federal Move to Get Tough on Marijuana

Even as California has expanded the sale of marijuana in the state, the Trump administration has taken steps to allow federal prosecutors to be more aggressive in prosecuting marijuana cases.
President Trump Wanted to Fire Attorney General Jeff Sessions for Not ‘Protecting’ Him. The Constitution Says That’s OK

President Trump Wanted to Fire Attorney General Jeff Sessions for Not ‘Protecting’ Him. The Constitution Says That’s OK

Since taking office nearly a year ago, President Donald Trump has shredded all kinds of political norms, especially when it comes to the justice system. From attacking judges and FBI agents to calling
President Trump Wanted to Fire Attorney General Jeff Sessions for Not ‘Protecting’ Him. The Constitution Says That’s OK

President Trump Wanted to Fire Attorney General Jeff Sessions for Not ‘Protecting’ Him. The Constitution Says That’s OK

Since taking office nearly a year ago, President Donald Trump has shredded all kinds of political norms, especially when it comes to the justice system. From attacking judges and FBI agents to calling
Editorial: Jeff Sessions’s Endless War on Marijuana

Editorial: Jeff Sessions’s Endless War on Marijuana

Attorney General Jeff Sessions at the White House in December.
Investigators Examining Whether FBI Officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page Improperly Leaked to Media

Investigators Examining Whether FBI Officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page Improperly Leaked to Media

House and Senate committees are investigating whether FBI agents who led the Russia investigation improperly leaked to news media, according to a report.
Sorry California, You Still Can’t Bring Marijuana to Coachella

Sorry California, You Still Can’t Bring Marijuana to Coachella

Coachella's organizers say marijuana, now legal in CA, is still unwelcome at the festival.
Neo-Nazi Leader in Florida Sentenced to 5 Years Over Homemade Explosives

Neo-Nazi Leader in Florida Sentenced to 5 Years Over Homemade Explosives

Brandon Russell, a neo-Nazi leader, was sentenced on Tuesday to five years in federal prison on explosives charges.