Casey Wilson

How Orrin Hatch’s MEDS Act Would Back Jeff Sessions into a Corner

As Senate President pro tempore, Sen. Orrin Hatch is third in line to the presidency behind Vice President Mike Pence and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan.

And now, he’s leading the bipartisan effort to request that Attorney General Jeff Sessions “increase the national marijuana quota in a timely manner to meet the changing medical, scientific, and industrial needs for marijuana.”

Here’s what that means for the marijuana industry…


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