‘Marijuana Legalization Is Just the Beginning’: The Drug War’s ‘Endgame’ Will Be A Legal Dispense

By Tom Heneghan September 14, 2018 06:47:10A new generation of marijuana legalization advocates is preparing for a possible Supreme Court ruling that could radically reshape the drug war.

“We are in a situation where, as the Supreme Court sees fit, the state can be prosecuted under the Controlled Substances Act and prosecuted for marijuana,” says Kevin Sabet, a former Obama administration drug czar and co-founder of Smart Approaches to Marijuana, a national campaign.

“The DEA, the Attorney General, the DOJ, they can all be brought down.”

The Supreme Court’s decision, if upheld by the justices, could radically shift the way the country treats marijuana, and it could have a dramatic impact on how states treat pot and its legal status.

A growing number of states have legalized marijuana for recreational purposes, including a number of large cities like Denver and Portland.

But for now, the legal status of marijuana remains under federal control.

This means that federal prosecutors can pursue marijuana offenders as they might any other violent drug.

In recent years, a growing number, including the states of Colorado and Washington, have legalized the recreational use of marijuana.

That includes legal pot for people over 21, and people over the age of 21 are not required to register with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).

But a ruling from the Supreme Courts of the two states could potentially set the stage for marijuana prosecutions under the federal Controlled Substance Act (CSA), which was first passed in 1970.

Under the CSA, marijuana users, distributors, and dealers can be arrested for a wide range of crimes that carry federal penalties ranging from $10,000 to life in prison.

Under the Csa, federal law enforcement agencies are also permitted to raid medical marijuana dispensaries and grow facilities and search for illegal substances, including marijuana.

“The question is, how will the Supreme court rule?”

Sabet said.

“And what is going to happen?”

“The Csa has been a success, and we are going to see a lot of states start following it, but it’s not going to be as easy as people think,” he added.

“What we are seeing now is a lot more states moving forward with a new approach to marijuana,” said Sabet.

“States like Colorado, Washington, and Oregon, for example, have taken a very different approach to the Cta.

And that is a new way of doing it.”

For a brief period in the late 2000s, Colorado and Oregon were the only states that allowed marijuana to be sold for recreational use.

That was followed by Washington and Colorado, which each legalized recreational pot in 2014.

But the federal government has continued to prosecute people for pot crimes.

Sabet says that while the courts have ruled against the federal Csa in other states, he thinks the court will uphold the Cssa in the future.

“I think that the Supreme has given them permission to do that.

And the question is how long is it going to last, because the Csias are not going away anytime soon,” Sabet explained.

In the meantime, Sabet says it’s important for advocates of legalizing marijuana to educate the public about the dangers of marijuana use, so they can make informed decisions.

Skeptics of the federal marijuana laws, who see them as an invasion of people’s rights, see the marijuana movement as the new Wild West.

“When the government takes over, it is going take over your lives,” said Steve Vladeck, president of the Marijuana Policy Project, a marijuana policy advocacy group that opposes legalization.

“They’re going to take away your freedom.

They’re going not only going to confiscate your money, but they’re going confiscate every aspect of your life.”

But Sabet and others believe the future is bright.

Succeeding in marijuana legalization, which Sabet believes could be as simple as changing a light bulb, is not the only thing marijuana legalization can accomplish.

It could be the beginning of a new era in American politics.

“If we legalize marijuana, it will change the political conversation in Washington, D.C., and in Colorado and in Oregon,” said Tom Angell, president and CEO of the pro-legalization Marijuana Majority, an advocacy group.

“There will be a major shift in the American debate on marijuana.”

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