Governors of legal marijuana states ask feds not to interfere

Attorney General Jeff Sessions

Tribune News Services

By Laurel Andrews | Governing

Alaska and three other western states on Monday asked the Trump administration not to scrap federal policies that have served as the foundation for state cannabis industries.

Existing federal policy is “vital to maintaining control over marijuana in our states” says a letter dated April 3, signed by Gov. Bill Walker and the governors of Oregon, Washington and Colorado. All four states have regulated commercial cannabis industries.


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