Everybody is worried what his stance on anything will be; it entirely difficult to nail down exactly whether the new president will supports marijuana legalisation. There is a plethora of denying statements, but translating the context of his new declarations adds extra layer to wade over. Today the new president had a battling stance on abortion-related matters. Marijuana legalisation is becoming a sound more bipartisan issue.
Eight of the nine states passing new marijuana rules in November 2016 a congress allowing medical marijuana to hit the shelf for a prescription to the veteran. There is a likelihood of the Donald Trump dismantling the state laws already enacted.
The Marijuana Policy Project released their grade for every presidential candidate and their MPP Grade for Donald Trump: C+
Where does he stand?
It was a year ago, did trump soften his stance on marijuana legalisation at a rally in Nevada. Regarding marijuana legalisation, Trump said that it is a state issue, state-by-state, as reported by The Washington Post.
Nevada was one of the nine federations with marijuana legalisation on the ballot last election. They only passed recreational marijuana use only for those 21 years plus into law. Although the new president had made multiple stances before his speech in Nevada and more recently he has said he opposes legalising and amendable marijuana for adult use only.
He has stated his support for legal access to medical marijuana, and trust should be able to set their marijuana policies with regard I adult use.
What has Donald Trump said?
- According to the new president regarding marijuana and legalisation, it is a state issue, state-by-state to them marijuana is such a big thing. He thinks medical marijuana should happenright. We should consent it up to the states.
- In another stance, he believes regulating marijuana its bad, but medical marijuana is another issue.
- Back in 1990 Trump was noted to be forlegalising drugs, he thought the government was losing the war on drugs badly, thus legalising drugs would win the war, and take the profit away from those drug czars.
Expect marijuana laws established by states
All in all, we expect the marijuana legalisationlaws being set by the states to remain intact regardless of what the president believe. The expansion of fight for legalisation is going to come down to the state that went on the ballot with initiatives for medical or even full recreational access.
The same scenario with gay marriage, it’s noted if more states come into the fold, the fight for federallegalisation movement will be unstoppable.
This month we have been celebrating High January and leaving our stoner stereotypes behind. We will be taking one-time smoker and total newbie through the various complexities associated with the current cannabis world. It is now in 2017 that we will create to blaze a new trail and avoid illegal activities while reminding the users that marijuana usage continues to be an offence under federal law regardless of the marijuana legalisation.