10 things you can do right now to support marijuana reform

Emily Gray Brosious

new-york-marijuana-protest-signHundreds of pro-cannabis demonstrators march May 4, 2002 in New York City. (Photo credit: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Marijuana reform advocates and industry members across the country face a great deal of political uncertainty as Donald Trump and the Republican Party grab hold of the executive and legislative branches of government.

Trump’s pick for U.S. attorney general who staunchly opposes marijuana legalization, conservative Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions, doesn’t bode particularly well for marijuana reform going forward. It’s still unclear if Trump’s administration intends to uphold the Justice Department directives from the previous administration that allowed state-legal marijuana industries to bloom.

Regardless of federal plans for state cannabis enforcement, concerned Americans can do a number of things right now to help protect existing legislative gains and to continue pushing policy reforms forward.

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