The DOJ thinks medical marijuana users are a danger to society

Posted by - September 26, 2022

The Justice Department still hasn’t caught on to the value of cannabis The Department of Justice (DOJ) continues to take a firm stance that medical cannabis patients are a community of great danger to society, and therefore, should not be able to have a firearm in their possession. The agency’s allegations have gone so far

Comments from the DOJ could harm the future of the cannabis industry

Posted by - August 9, 2022

The DOJ asserts that medical marijuana patients are too “dangerous to trust” There is currently a lawsuit in federal court seeking to overturn a policy that prevents medical marijuana patients from purchasing or possessing guns. However, the Department of Justice (DOJ) appears to be getting involved and is asking that court to dismiss the lawsuit

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

Senate says yes to bill that will protect states from federal intervention

Posted by - November 1, 2019

The bill would prevent the Department of Justice from targeting cannabis companies On Thursday, the Senate approved legislation for a new spending bill that will benefit the cannabis market. This bill will add extra protection to the states in which medical marijuana is legal, and keep the federal government from tightening its noose. Another version

Federal study shows legalizing marijuana doesn’t increase harm to society

Posted by - October 9, 2019

The Department of Justice has just debunked one of the myths surrounding legalization Cannabis opponents love to argue that giving states the right to make consumption legal is damaging to neighboring states that decide to keep it prohibited. This is just one of many myths they offer in their misguided fight, and all of the