Recreational Pot: Is Trump a States Right Advocate or Not?

Posted: February 28, 2017 in Uncategorized

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Yesterday Trump told governors that he’s all about states’ rights. That should mean Trump will Leave Marijuana Laws Alone.

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On February 23, Trump’s press Secretary Sean Spicer raised quite a stir when he stated the federal government could step up enforcement against recreational marijuana use in states.

Was that a trial balloon of some sort. Was Spicer just yapping his mouth not knowing Trump’s position? The number of miscues in this administration is so high one does not know what to think.

This morning Trump Told governors that he’s all about states’ rights. That should mean Trump will Leave Marijuana Laws Alone.

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Comments
  1. Schlüter says:

    Whatever Trump is, there´s one person being the very last one to judge him:
    “Bush: How Could He Dare?! – Wie kann er es wagen?!”: https://wipokuli.wordpress.com/2017/02/28/bush-how-could-he-dare-wie-kann-er-es-wagen/
    Regards

    • Schluter, it looks like the Deep State has started turning over rocks to see who see what kind of creepy crawlies they can find to discredit Trump. Thanks for commenting.

  2. He lies… but I agree. Leave this, and everything else, up to states! I hope he follows through on that commitment, god knows he’s not following through on anything else. Ugh.

  3. It’s sad, isn’t it, Marie? But to give him credit, he did withdraw the US from TPP – that was a real biggie for me.

  4. Rick Cooley says:

    He seems to advocate states rights when it allows him wiggle room on an issue he doesn’t want to decide at the national level. His base seems to still be opposed to marijuana legalization, so he may choose to not choose the states rights side of that issue, since increasing numbers of states are going with legalizing recreational use. There is still plenty of room to force repeal of those laws that have already done this. Look at how they forced states into raising the legal age for alcohol consumption.

  5. I think this is a sound analysis, Rick. I’ve been really please to see bipartisan push back in Congress against his call to strengthen marijuana enforcement: https://stuartjeannebramhall.com/2017/03/11/landmark-bill-introduced-in-congress-would-legalize-cannabis-on-federal-level/

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