The Trump administration signals that it plans a crackdown on U.S states that legalize the use of cannabis.
Trump's press secretary says the administration sees recreational marijuana as dangerous, and signaled the Department of Justice could go after states that have legalized it.
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- Presidency of Donald Trump: The Trump administration signals that it plans a crackdown on U.S states that legalize the use of cannabis.
- The Trump administration signals that it plans a crackdown on U.S states that legalize the use of cannabis.