In one state, selling millions of dollars of weed will earn you a seat at theCannabis Chamber of Commerce and the chance to hobnob with politicians and celebrities. But in another, possession or sale of the smallest quantities of pot can trigger the application of mandatory sentencing laws, especially if you have previous convictions on your record.
So far, Congress and the Justice Department have largely played a “wait and see” game when it comes to the application of federal laws to state drug policy. They’re not overtly acting against states that choose to legalize, but they’re also not working to resolve discrepancies between state and federal law either.
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