Talk Back: Sessions must crack down on recreational pot use

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It has been amended many times since but congresspeople have not seen fit to remove marijuana from Schedule I.

Numerous U.S. Senators, both Democrat and Republican, have issued statements or comments against Sessions' actions. A Sacred Heart University poll last October found 70 percent of CT residents either "strongly" or "somewhat" support legalizing the drug for adults and taxing it. In the early 2000s, only about one in five Republicans agreed with legalization. Hispanic voters are divided 48 - 48 percent.

From the same New York Times article: As for the president's evolution on marijuana, his spokesperson Sarah Sanders said Mr. Trump "believes in enforcing federal law".

"This rescission stands to impact important business relationships that exist between industrial hemp brands and hemp product manufacturers", added Keahey, "and the legal retail marijuana market". Now, Attorney General Jeff Sessions has created a cannabis conundrum by doing away with that approach.

"This action by the Attorney General invites high-profile prosecutions of banks by aggressive, conservative federal prosecutors despite a national trend toward the permissive use of marijuana", Lynyak says.

The study also concluded that legalization would create 782,000 new jobs nearly immediately; this would rise to 1.1 million by 2025. Sessions is wrong to fight progress of legal marijuana. "Nobody changed their mind in today's meeting", he said.

Just as U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced he was cracking down on pot, Connecticut's medical marijuana program announced that it was looking for more dispensaries. Sessions' action thus runs counter to the wishes of the majority of the people in the most populous US state, as well the people of the 28 other states (and D.C.) that have legalized some form of marijuana use.

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In Illinois, a bill pending in the General Assembly would make it legal to smoke pot, as long as a user is 21 or over and possesses no more than an ounce.

I don't remember Ms. Pelosi pushing for federal deregulation when she was majority leader of the House. "If cannabis businesses were legalized tomorrow and taxed as normal businesses with a standard 35% tax rate, cannabis businesses would infuse the US economy with an additional $12.6 billion this year".

Gaetz has a good point about the suffering caused by the prohibition of medicinal use of marijuana. It would also allow patients to grow up to 12 plants in a locked and closed facility. I don't know if there would be a political motive in enforcing it against visitors - again, the law is in a state of flux. As of now, the eight regions include the state's largest cities and a 50-mile radius around them.

The public affairs office for the Mexican embassy in the USA declined comment for this story. So what we're doing is continuing to adhere to CT law, which enables us to have this medical program.

In Connecticut, lawmakers have yet to legalize marijuana's recreational use. The head of the Iranian judiciary on Tuesday made it official: Iran has reformed its death penalty statutes and will radically reduce the number of people facing execution for drug offenses.

And then delays of the employer mandate and numerous other Obamacare tweaks made it impossible for anyone to prepare for the onslaught of changes ushered in by the new health care law, which members of Congress duly reminded Americans. The new thresholds are to be applied retroactively, potentially saving the lives of thousands on death row. I've also co-sponsored legislation to legalize hemp and to ensure that marijuana businesses have the same ability to deduct expenses as other businesses. Paraguayan President Horacio Cartes signed into law a medical marijuana bill on Wednesday.

A Quinnipiac poll conducted previous year found that over 90% of Americans support the use of medical Cannabis - and it's near impossible to get 90% of the Country to agree on anything.

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