Senators want the US Attorney General to decriminalize cannabis

Posted by - October 12, 2021

AG Merrick Garland is once again being pushed to move on cannabis reform Attorney General Merrick Garland is being pressured by several key US Senators to use his resources and authority to end federal cannabis prohibition once and for all. The pressure comes amid a movement by several Congressional lawmakers to seek the legalization of

Biden AG pick wants the DEA to take the lead on cannabis

Posted by - January 8, 2021

Merrick Garland might put cannabis regulations in the hands of the federal agency Judge Merrick Garland has been nominated by President-elect Joe Biden to be the next US Attorney General, which is one of the highest and most powerful positions in the government, whose office is located practically right next door to the Oval Office.

Biden’s pick for AG could be more open to cannabis

Posted by - January 7, 2021

Merrick Garland might be able to help cannabis progress at the federal level President-elect Joe Biden has already let it be known that his choice for the ultra-important position of Attorney General is a gentleman by the name of Merrick Garland. Judge Garland is currently the chief judge of the US Court of Appeals in

Attack on the cannabis industry could get AG Barr impeached

Posted by - July 1, 2020

The revelation that the William Barr may have misused DOJ resources could force his ouster Attorney General (AG) William Barr might be facing a case in court due to his actions towards the cannabis industry. After it was made public that Barr was abusing his power to conduct several unnecessary investigations to many cannabis companies,

US AG Barr accused of wasting DOJ resources to attack marijuana companies

Posted by - June 24, 2020

A whistleblower calls out the country’s top prosecutor for misusing government resources US Attorney General (AG) William Barr is being questioned due to his alleged improper spending of Department of Justice (DOJ) resources on senseless investigations of multiple cannabis mergers. According to written testimony from a DOJ official, Barr’s personal opposition to marijuana led him

House Judiciary committee pushes AG Barr to legalize marijuana

Posted by - June 9, 2020

Congress is getting serious about cannabis reform ahead of November’s elections Another battle is taking place between cannabis advocates and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). Now, it seems that the DEA’s recent authority has been expanded amid mass protests, so, two key House lawmakers sent a letter to the US Attorney General (AG) on Friday,

CBD company’s new legal counsel has ties to Washington

Posted by - August 28, 2019

A former US attorney general will be Alternate Health’s new lawyer When Jeff Sessions (involuntarily) resigned as the US Attorney General (AG), President Trump brought in Matthew Whitaker to sit in the AG’s seat for a little while. He wasn’t handed the reins permanently – that job went to William Barr – and he continued to

US AG behind marijuana reform

Posted by - April 11, 2019

Attorney General Barr thinks the federal government is complicating the issue Wouldn’t it be nice if the federal government could step up and make a final decision on marijuana reform? Lawmakers repeatedly argue that there are too many moving parts for a swift decision, but it doesn’t have to be that difficult. The new U.S.

Barr in as new AG, marijuana should be safe

Posted by - February 15, 2019

William Barr has been confirmed as the country’s 85th Attorney General William Barr is officially the 85th Attorney General (AG) for the U.S. This should be welcome news to the marijuana industry, as he has previously shown support, to a certain degree, of marijuana and is likely to favor a push to legalize it in

AG nominee makes marijuana pledge official

Posted by - January 31, 2019

William Barr puts in writing a previous promise he made Earlier this month, nominee for U.S. Attorney General (AG) William Barr stated that, if appointed, he would not seek to prosecute marijuana companies that adhered to the Cole Memo. Now, he has taken his position a step further, putting it in writing so there isn’t