Interview: Jeff Sessions and His Feckless Marijuana Policy

Last week, I appeared on Patrick Timpone’s One Radio network show to talk about AG Jeff Sessions and his feckless pot policy.

What was initially slated to be a conversation about state efforts to resist federal marijuana prohibition turned into a wide-ranging discussion on the Tenth Amendment, state power and the effectiveness of nullification.

I started the show by explaining the Tenth Amendment and the limit nature of the federal government and from there segued into James Madison’s blueprint for stopping federal overreach and how it’s been applied to stop unconstitutional marijuana prohibition. We then moved into an in-depth discussion of Jeff Sessions’ directive for marijuana enforcement and how it will have very little practical effect. From there, the conversation expanded to other policy areas. specifically how we can use the same strategy to limit FDA regulations that limit our food and medical freedom.

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