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The United States announced that no national cannabis growers or swarmed into Canada

  • Source:http://info.51.ca
  • Release on:2018-01-08
The United States announced that no national cannabis growers or swarmed into Canada

On Thursday (January 4), the United States Attorney General announced immediate resignation of the federal government's policy of inaction on marijuana during the Obama administration and stated that federal laws in the country still considered illegally planting, trafficking, transporting and using marijuana. The news sparked a shake-up that could prompt US cannabisers to rush into Canada.

According to CBC, a local English-language media, reporting by U.S. President Barack Obama in 2013 that the federal government should not intervene in the state of legalizing marijuana led directly to the use of cannabis by many U.S. states for recreational and recreational or medical development.

However, on Thursday, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions suddenly announced heavy news: the easing of Obama's marijuana policy and the emphasis on planting, selling, transporting and smoking marijuana remain a violation of the federal law behavior.

Three days ago, the marijuana retail store in California opened its doors for the first time. Proponents said California will eventually become the world's largest market for legal and recreational hemp. And Sessions's position is undoubtedly a sigh of relief for those people.

In a memo released on Thursday, Sessions also said it would allow federal prosecutors in legal states to decide how often to enforce the law.

Sessions's stance has caused an uproar in the North American cannabis market with a double-digit drop in marijuana stocks and the largest producer of cannabis in Canada fell by as much as 19%.

Analysts said the Trump administration's tightening of marijuana policy will surely curb the rise of U.S. cannabis enterprises and growers in the country will rush into Canada. This will undoubtedly create more opportunities for cannabis companies that focus on Canada.

This summer, marijuana will be legally valid in Canada. Despite the many economic opportunities brought by the influx of cannabis growers, the huge output has also left many people, especially their parents, worried.