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The Broader Implications Of Sessions’ Marijuana Move

Law360, New York (January 4, 2018, 9:35 PM EST) -- There will be little debate that this has been a bad day for the state-sanctioned (and regulated) marijuana industry. Stated simply, the Obama-era directives that significantly fettered the discretion of the nation’s 93 presidentially appointed U.S. attorneys to bring federal narcotics charges against marijuana growers, distributors and possessors in those states that “legalized” marijuana for medicinal or recreational purposes (there are some eight states falling into the latter category) are now a thing of the past. Considering the many banks, landlords, law firms and others that...
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