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Attorney General Jeff
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Images Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ decision to rescind an Obama-era
directive that made enforcing marijuana laws against companies
that comply with state laws a “low priority” raised ire in
both parties and stoked uncertainty in states where the drug is
legal. The move may benefit nefarious actors who have long dominated the
marijuana trade. Legal marijuana has already become a complex, multimillion-dollar
industry in the US. Eight states and the District of Columbia
have legalized it for recreational use. Sessions has been a
fervent opponent, however, comparing marijuana to heroin and
blaming it for increases in violence. Mexican drug traffickers could catch a break from Jeff Sessions’ marijuana crackdown

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