Colorado U.S. prosecutor: No change after Sessions’ pot shift

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Colorado U.S. prosecutor: No change after Sessions’ pot shift

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U.S. Attorney Robert Troyer said his office will not change its approach to prosecuting marijuana crimes despite a change in policy by Attorney General Jeff Sessions giving federal prosecutors more leeway to enforce laws against pot.
Sen. Cory Gardner, R-Colo., said Thursday that he’s placing a hold on Department of Justice nominees and will try to push legislation to protect marijuana sales in states where the drug is legal after Attorney General Jeff Sessions withdrew a federal policy that allowed recreational markets to emerge.

Colorado U.S. prosecutor: No change after Sessions’ pot shift

U.S. Attorney Robert Troyer said his office will not change its approach to prosecuting marijuana crimes despite a change in policy by Attorney General Jeff Sessions giving federal prosecutors more leeway to enforce laws against pot.
Sen. Cory Gardner, R-Colo., said Thursday that he’s placing a hold on Department of Justice nominees and will try to push legislation to protect marijuana sales in states where the drug is legal after Attorney General Jeff Sessions withdrew a federal policy that allowed recreational markets to emerge.
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