Panel: Feds unlikely to crack down on legal marijuana

Legal marijuana businesses shouldn’t be worried about a federal crackdown, a panel of experts from the legal, political and policy realms said. According to The Boston Globe, the panelists reasoned that the federal government won’t go after marijuana businesses because it lacks the funding to execute an “effective” crackdown. They also said most U.S. attorneys appointed by President Trump and other officials in enforcement positions would see participating in such crackdowns as politically unpopular and potentially hurtful to their professional careers, the newspaper reported. Cannabis industry officials are wary about federal interference after recent ... Panel: Feds unlikely to crack down on legal marijuana is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs