SACRAMENTO—Advocates of California’s fledgling legalized marijuana law were left scrambling for a strategy Friday after President-elect Donald Trump announced his intention to nominate U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions of Alabama as attorney general.
Sessions is an ardent opponent of decriminalizing cannabis, telling his colleagues at a U.S. Senate hearing in April that “good people don’t smoke marijuana.”
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