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    Jeff Sessions On Marijuana - Won't Commit To Obama Policy

    Washington, DC – Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions, President-elect Donald Trump's pick for attorney general, on Tuesday offered a hazy picture of how he would handle the issue of marijuana. Eight states have legalized recreational marijuana, and the Obama administration has not enforced the federal...
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    What Will Happen To Legal Drug Laws At State Level?

    The Senate Judiciary Committee began confirmation hearings Tuesday for President-Elect Donald Trump's Attorney General pick, Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala. Sessions' appointment has stirred up controversy among a slew of groups, including advocates pushing for marijuana reform, who staged a sit-in...
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    Sessions' Anti-Marijuana Stance Draws Fire By Fellow Republicans

    Lawmakers in both parties are pressing Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions not to wipe out the booming marijuana industry in states like Colorado should he win confirmation as U.S. attorney general. Sessions could theoretically use federal enforcement power to try to cripple what is already a $6...
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    Vote On Sessions Is Make Or Break For Marijuana Legalization, Pot Groups Say

    Washington – Backers of marijuana legalization on Monday stepped up their pressure on the U.S. Senate to block the confirmation of Alabama Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions as the next attorney general. Sessions, a staunch opponent of legalization, angered proponents in April when he called pot...
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    Marijuana Industry Fears If Sessions Is Confirmed, Dispensaries Could Get Shut Down

    The marijuana industry will be listening intently to the confirmation hearings for Jeff Sessions for attorney general on Tuesday morning. While many people are focused on Sessions' past positions on civil rights, cannabis companies are very concerned that this marijuana critic could put the...
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    Pro-Marijuana Group Gives Jeff Sessions An Earful Before Confirmation Hearing

    Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL), President-elect Donald Trump's nominee for attorney general, will face the Senate in a confirmation hearing on Tuesday. In an effort spearheaded by the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML), pro-marijuana groups are asking supporters to call...
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    The Trump Administration And Legalized Marijuana

    Incoming Attorney General, Senator Jeff Sessions (R:AL) has taken a firm and consistent stand against legalization of Marijuana. If confirmed by the US Senate, and he will be, AG Sessions is widely thought to be likely to abandon the Obama Administration's "look the other way" policy on...
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    The Marijuana Industry Needs To Stand Up To Jeff Sessions

    On Election Day, California voted to become the world's largest legal marijuana market, and seven more states also voted yes on recreational or medical pot. Initially, President-elect Donald Trump's surprise win didn't seem to pose an immediate threat to the legal pot industry; Trump isn't...
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    AG Nominee Jeff Sessions Isn't The Problem With Marijuana Laws

    Thanks to a majority of Nevada voters, recreational marijuana will become legal in the state on Jan. 1. But because Nevada is still part of the United States of America, and because the Congress of the United States has declared marijuana to be a controlled substance, it remains illegal under...
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    What Will Sen. Sessions Do About Marijuana Laws If He Becomes Trump's AG?

    So much of the conversation about U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions' nomination to be Donald Trump's attorney general has concentrated on his views about race and immigration. And for good reason, by the way. But Sessions, R-Mobile, is a strong opponent of the legalization of marijuana, which has...
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    Activists Get Jeff Sessions Staff Meeting After Insinuating They Would Stage Smoke-In

    Marijuana activists received an unexpectedly warm reception Monday from Sen. Jeff Sessions' staff after announcing a "#smokesessions" protest would happen at "high noon" in the office of the staunchly anti-marijuana Alabama Republican selected by President-elect Donald Trump to be attorney...
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    Jeff Sessions May Hate Pot, But That Doesn't Mean He'll Be A Total Buzzkill

    What does the nomination of US Sen. Jeff Sessions, now likely to be the next US attorney general pending Senate approval, mean for the fast-growing cannabis industry? Although his past comments about marijuana are, to be kind, "odd," and give great reason to question his suitability as...
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    What Jeff Sessions Could Mean For Legal Marijuana

    President-elect Donald J. Trump's choice to lead the Justice Department has roiled California's emerging marijuana industry. Just as supporters of marijuana legalization were celebrating voters' approval of the recreational use of the drug in the state, Senator Jeff Sessions of Alabama...
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    Most Dangerous Things Trump's Pick For Attorney General Has Said About Marijuana

    President-elect Donald Trump announced Friday that he will nominate U.S. Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL) for the position of attorney general. Sessions is a true Southern conservative, with a legacy of racial controversy and hardline positions on everything from immigration to national defense to...
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    Critics - Trump's Attorney General Nod 'Worst-Case Scenario' For Marijuana Regulation

    President-elect Donald Trump's choice for attorney general, Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions, represents a "worst-case scenario" for the future of legalized cannabis in Humboldt County, local officials said Friday. Sessions, a Republican and loyal supporter of Trump, has previously called marijuana...
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    Marijuana Industry Worries As Trump Appoints Anti-Pot Attorney General

    As news spreads that President-elect Donald Trump has picked Senator Jeff Sessions, a Republican from Alabama, for the role of attorney general of the United States, the state-legal cannabis industry is worried about Sessions' anti-marijuana rhetoric. During the Senate's Caucus on...
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    Medical Marijuana Advocates Up In Arms Over Jeff Sessions

    The head of a medical marijuana advocacy group is criticizing President-elect Donald Trump's pick of Jeff Sessions for U.S. Attorney General. Steph Sherer, executive director of Americans for Safe Access, said in an email Friday that the Republican Sessions "has criticized the morality of...
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    Its about time!

    I've been away from smokin' cannabis for over 20 years... and now because of health issues I am using it again. What was I thinking??? For all those 20 years I missed the euphoria, the jam sessions in my head,the silly joy. And now, I'm, enjoying the later part of my life, my wife is pain...
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