Washington state officials vow to fight any federal crackdown on the legal marijuana industry after White House spokesman mentioned “greater enforcement.”
White House press secretary Sean Spicer appeared to link the surge in opioid abuse to recreational marijuana use, but research does not support his assertion.
Politicos, cannabis industry groups, drug policy advocates and others quickly spoke out over White House spokesman Sean Spicer’s marijuana comments Thursday.
Montana Secretary of State opposes mail-in ballot system, warns it could lead to “all-marijuana all-the-time”
Corey Stapleton, Montana’s secretary of state opposes a mail-in ballot, saying that while it would save counties money it would give Democrats an advantage.
Denver’s social marijuana use advisory group has faced disagreements over some issues as the city works to implement voter-passed Initiative 300.
Recreational marijuana will face “greater enforcement” in the Trump era, the White House’s spokesman said Thursday, signaling an abrupt change in approach that was greeted in Colorado by a wait-and-see attitude.