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Friday, February 24, 2017

White House Press Secretary Warns of More Pot Enforcement

Here's the latest from Trump Liberty Smackdown Central.

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said that states should expect to see “greater enforcement” of federal laws against marijuana use under the Trump administration’s Justice Department.

Addressing reporters at a press conference Thursday, Spicer suggested that the administration and Attorney General Jeff Sessions would be taking a particularly hard look at states that have legalized marijuana for recreational use.

(via The San Francisco Chronicle)

3 comments:

  1. If they pursue this, I expect nullification, both jury and state vs. Fed, and secession to pick up in intensity concurrently. It could be good for liberty in the same way RW thought Hillary would've been better than Trump.

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  2. Spicer can take a "hard look" all he wants, but I predict that states like Colorado, where I live, won't give up their hundred-million dollar tax bonanzas without a serious fight. I also predict that the vast majority of pot consumers in Colorado would return to the black market if legalization were overturned, and that benefits society exactly how?

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  3. Who gave the federal government the right to outlaw a plant? Nobody that is who... I suppose they can say "Well we wrote it down on paper" BFD

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