There are glimmers of hope now that Sessions has left office. For all of his anti-cannabis bluster, it seems like his former boss doesn’t share his opinion, and that could lead to new legal protections for the industry.

Sessions is out of the Trump Administration, resigning at the president’s request after months of speculation that his tenure would be up shortly after the midterm elections.

Many factors led to this, but it is unlikely that Sessions’s position on cannabis was one of them.

To understand why, let’s review Sessions’s record. 

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Ben Curren ~ Forbes.com

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