2016 Marijuana Election Night Revisited
2016 Marijuana Election Night is Revisited, plus Russ discusses the fate of the cannabis industry once Jeff Sessions is appointed the new United States Attorney General.
Recent guest John Hudak at the Brookings Institution described the appointment as this:
“As attorney general, Sessions would have the ability to rescind two Justice Department directives — known as the Cole and Ogden memos — that called for stepping back from marijuana prosecutions. He could also use federal law enforcement power against operators and sue state regulators to block state systems. The only person who can stop the attorney general is the president, and it is unclear whether Trump will direct or delegate drug policy — the latter option being what should worry California the most.”