Maine governor to query Trump on marijuana stance

Maine’s governor Paul LePage plans to ask President-elect Donald Trump if the Trump administration will enforce federal law on marijuana before LePage decides if he will challenge the state’s vote last week to legalize cannabis.

The answer to LePage’s question for Trump is of large interest to the cannabis industry as a whole, as Trump has not announced his cabinet appointments nor his official stance on marijuana.

Maine voted 381,060 in favor and 376,658 opposed, a margin of less than 1%, on the Nov. 8 ballot question to legalize marijuana for adults 21 or older.

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