The Rundown - Fri 1/5/18: Sessions' new pot policy causes firestorm

Friday guests:

6:37 AM: District Attorney and candidate for Colorado Attorney General, George Brauchler

7:06 AM: Colorado Attorney General and candidate for Governor, Cynthia Coffman

7:44 AM: Lisa Conyers, co-author of “Work and Happiness: The human cost of welfare”

8:06 AM: Senator Cory Gardner


Cory Gardner is rightfully pissed off at Thursday's action by Attorney General Jeff Sessions reneging on a promise he made to Gardner during Sessions' confirmation process that the DOJ would remain "hands-off" when it comes to prosecuting those engaged in marijuana-related businesses operating legally under state law.

Official DOJ press release:

Cory's full statement on the Senate floor.


Just coincidentally, I'm sure, the day before Sessions' announcement about marijuana, he named 17 interim US Attorneys around the country:

Let's remember what candidate Donald Trump said right here in Colorado:


Doesn't she work for Trump?


It wasn't as if we shouldn't seen this coming. In fact, prior to Sessions even being nominated I said repeatedly on the air that I opposed the idea of him as AG because he would begin a crackdown on state-level-legal marijuana.

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