U.S. attorney General wants to ban “recreational” marijuana mediaUncategorized January 4, 2018
U.S. attorney General Jeff sessions intends to cancel the decision times of Barack Obama, allowed to legalize the use of marijuana for recreational purposes. It is reported The Hill , citing its sources.
According to the report, sessions will cancel so-called note Cole (James Cole, former Deputy Minister of justice – ed.) which says that the prosecution of legal firms dealing in cannabis will not be a priority of the internal Affairs bodies, if they will refrain from selling marijuana to minors. This note is considered the main step towards legalization.
Recall after 1 January in the American state of California became the legal consumption of marijuana with casual purpose, in licensed shops selling cannabis in the state lined up a long queue. California is the sixth American state to allow the sale of recreational marijuana. Any California resident 21 years or older can legally grow limited amounts of marijuana or to possess it.