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Feds Pledge to Crack Down on Marijuana Even if It’s Legalized at the Ballot Box

Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

 The federal government will continue prosecuting marijuana cases even if ballot measures pass in three states to legalize small amounts of pot, a top Justice Department official said.

The warning comes amid criticism that the Obama administration has been largely silent on ballot measures in Colorado, Washington state and Oregon in November. The city of Detroit has a similar measure on its November ballot.

Approving the measures won’t change the Justice Department’s position on marijuana, which is to enforce federal law that ban the plant.

“We’re going to take a look at whether or not there are dangers to the community from the sale of marijuana and we’re going to go after those dangers,” Deputy Attorney General James Cole told “60 Minutes.”

 

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Comment from 420_college
Time October 22, 2012 at 3:13 pm

if you ask the fed gov the will tell you that marijuana is worst then cocaine, heroin and meth…we’re supposed to respect their opinions?? http://www.californiamarijuanacollege.com

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