Inscrit le: 06 Nov 2017
|Posté le: Ven 15 Déc - 09:27 (2017) Sujet du message: Medical marijuana and the new DOJ policy
|1. The Executive branch is refusing to administer the law.
2. If you ignore the Feds in this area what situation will happen next where states rights can usurp Federal law?
Civil rights laws?
3. The actions of the government on this issue is dependent upon who is in the White House.
Getting into the weeds here, if a person can act in a way that is acceptable by the laws of the state the person dwells, but not the Federal law, one can imagine all sorts of things the person can do. Additionally, it is not only individuals but corporations that could do things legal "state-wise" but break the law at the federal level.
I think when the dust of 220 years of law books settles on this issue the courts will insist that federal law is administered and pot gets restricted again, along with the suggestion that marijuana be removed from the schedule A classification by the FDA (actually it was an act of Congress that put pot there I believe), afterwhich the situation starts again.
I have a personal interest since I am allowed by my state to grow or consume marijuana medicinally, and the question I have is that according to the way I understand the "Full Faith and Credit" clause of the Constitution I ought to be allowed to possess it in any state for medicinal purposes.
I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.
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