Congressmen question DOJ’s decision to halt cannabis research

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A group of congressmen from states with legal medical or recreational marijuana programs sent a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions challenging the Department of Justice’s move to stop researching cannabis.

According to the Denver Post, Reps. Jared Polis, D-Colorado; Matt Gaetz, R-Florida; Dana Rohrabacher, R-California; and Earl Blumenauer, D-Oregon, cited a Washington Post report that the Justice Department halted plans that would have allowed more marijuana research.

The letter – first obtained by Tom Angell of MassRoots – also cited a Scientific American report that more than two dozen entities

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