What a Trump Presidency Would Mean for Marijuana Law Reform: Worry - Marijuana News

In true Trump fashion, the man is all over the place, and could at best become a lukewarm ally for state’s rights, or at worst, the leader of a new pot pogrom akin to that of Ronald Reagan.

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What a Trump Presidency Would Mean for Marijuana Law Reform: Worry - Marijuana News

In true Trump fashion, the man is all over the place, and could at best become a lukewarm ally for state’s rights, or at worst, the leader of a new pot pogrom akin to that of Ronald Reagan.

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Marco Rubio's reefer madness – Marijuana News

Marco Rubio is still fighting the war on weed.

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Marco Rubio's reefer madness – Marijuana News

Marco Rubio is still fighting the war on weed.

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Marijuana Federalists Lead The Republican Field, Pugilistic Prohibitionist Stuck In Single Digits – Marijuana News

With Rand Paul ending his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination, the GOP race has lost its strongest supporter of drug policy reform. But the remaining Republican candidates are for the most part not as retrograde in this area as you might expect, especially on the question of how the federal government should respond to state legalization of marijuana.

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Marijuana Federalists Lead The Republican Field, Pugilistic Prohibitionist Stuck In Single Digits – Marijuana News

With Rand Paul ending his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination, the GOP race has lost its strongest supporter of drug policy reform. But the remaining Republican candidates are for the most part not as retrograde in this area as you might expect, especially on the question of how the federal government should respond to state legalization of marijuana.

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GOP debate: In epicenter of legal weed, pot policy talk oddly absent

Patrons at a sports bar in Boulder watch the GOP Debate at the nearby University of Colorado campus. Image: WeedWorthy.com
 
Republican presidential candidates don't get pressed about marijuana at CNBC-hosted debate in Boulder.
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Many Republican Presidential Candidates Are Secretly OK With Legal Pot

GOP Elephant from President Bush’s second inauguration in Washington, D.C., 2005. Image: Jonathan McIntosh via Wikimedia Commons
 
Most of the candidates descending on Boulder for Wednesday’s debate have signaled a desire to end the Republicans’ long-running war on pot.
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Marco Rubio Says He'd Crack Down on Marijuana If Elected President

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Marco Rubio says that, if elected president, he will crack down on states that have legalized marijuana. He plans to enforce federal law, which prohibits pot.
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Pro-marijuana Republicans say their cause should make sense to GOP loyalists

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Texas-based Republicans Against Marijuana Prohibition (RAMP) is looking to educate fellow GOP members, as well as the party’s leadership and its grassroots activists.
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