New Marijuana Policy Triggers Bipartisan Love for 10th Amendment

 Jan 5, 2018 by  Alex Newman Almost immediately after announcing a change in policy that could lead to a federal crackdown on marijuana users and sellers even in states where pot prohibition has been ended, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions sparked a bipartisan outcry. Perhaps more importantly, he also prompted renewed bipartisan support for one of … More New Marijuana Policy Triggers Bipartisan Love for 10th Amendment

Democrat States Use Nullification to End War on Marijuana

  Nov 9, 2016  by  Alex Newman Voters in at least four states decided to nullify unconstitutional federal statutes and United Nations drug-control treaties by officially ending marijuana prohibition, a major victory for the U.S. Constitution and the 10th Amendment. Three states — California, Massachusetts, and Nevada — completely legalized marijuana, even for recreational use … More Democrat States Use Nullification to End War on Marijuana