Tough marijuana position from national prosecutors could influence Trump policy

The perspective in many instances draws upon information provided by the anti-marijuana group Smart Approaches to Marijuana, or SAM
The Gazette (US)
Tuesday, April 25, 2017

A federal group of prosecutors in the United States has criticized efforts at the US state level to legalize marijuana for medicinal and recreational purposes, saying that legalization has led to greater access by children to pot and created further challenges for impaired driving enforcement. Earlier this year, the National District Attorney’s Association was charged with advising the newly formed Trump administration on law and policy changes regarding marijuana, and last week, the NDAA delivered its report, entitled, Marijuana Policy: The State and Local Prosecutors’ Perspective.