Financial Markets Publisher Says “If Trump Is Reelected, Cannabis Reform Is Dead Until 2025”

Financial Markets Publisher Says “If Trump Is Reelected, Cannabis Reform Is Dead Until 2025”

A number of clues suggest federal marijuana reform efforts will fall flat if Donald Trump wins the 2020 election. Says the publication. They write The green rush is limited in most countries by federal regulations, and that glass ceiling is definitely in place within the United States. With a record-tying 66% of Americans polled by Gallup favoring the nationwide legalization of pot, as of October 2019, it would seem logical that Congress and the president would look for a way to amend marijuana’s existing scheduling. But the fact is that if President Trump is reelected to a second term, the idea of cannabis reform would almost certainly be dead until he leaves office in January 2025. If Trump is reelected, say goodbye to federal marijuana reform for four more years While President Trump has proved amicable to the idea of allowing states the opportunity to decide their own fates on medical and/or recreational weed, as well as regulate their industry if they choose to legalize, he’s offered a number of clues to suggest that he’s not in favor of altering the drug’s current federal classification. For instance, Trump initially hired former Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions to be attorney general. At the time of his hiring, Sessions was arguably the most ardent opponent of cannabis legalization on Capitol Hill. The now-former attorney general even went so far as to send a letter to a handful of his congressional Republican colleagues requesting that they repeal the Rohrabacher-Farr Amendment, which is what protects medical marijuana businesses in…

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