After Sessions' Decision, Marijuana Activists In Mass. Fear Emerging Industry May Be In Jeopardy

Jan 4, 2018
Originally published on January 4, 2018 7:05 pm

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Session’s decision to repeal the so-called “Cole memo” — an Obama-era document that’s allowed states to legalize marijuana even though it’s illegal at the federal level — is expected to have a chilling effect on the emerging marijuana industry in Massachusetts, for both recreational and medical use.

WBUR’s Steve Brown joined All Things Considered with a report on what this decision is and what it might mean for Massachusetts.

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