At the Republican National Convention this week, Donald J. Trump will be officially crowned the party’s presidential candidate. With the possibility of a Trump presidency becoming very, very real, cannabis advocates are naturally curious about just what that would mean for legalization efforts.

As with many of Trump's policies, specifics are vexingly hard to come by.

The “Positions” section of his official website does not offer any comment on cannabis.

The only official comment on drugs can be found under the “Issues” section, in which he offers a short video on the drug epidemic in New Hampshire.

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Tobias Coughlin-Bogue ~ Leafly.com ~

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