Sunday, June 10, 2018

The Marijuana Patients Suing Sessions To End Prohibition Won’t Take ‘No’ For An Answer

On Friday (June 1), the legal team for the medical marijuana patients filed an appeal.
The legal team for the Washington versus Sessions case—in which a former New York Jets football player, two children, a veteran with PTSD and the Cannabis Cultural Association sued the U.S. government to reclassify cannabis—is pushing back on the courts. In February, the benchmark case, which has the potential to end federal cannabis prohibition, was dismissed. On June 1, Attorney Michael Hiller, one of the lawyers on the team who represented child plaintiffs Alexis Bortell and Jagger Cotte, filed an appeal in Appellate Court

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