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Sessions Admits There ‘May Well Be Some Benefits From Medical Marijuana’

By Tom Angell

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions acknowledged before a key Senate panel on Wednesday that “there may well be some benefits from medical marijuana” and that it is “perfectly appropriate to study” cannabis.

But Sessions was also quick to dismiss a mounting body of evidence that legal marijuana access is associated with reduced opioid issues.

Acknowledging that he has seen some research indicating lower overdose deaths in states that allow cannabis in some form and that “science is very important,” the attorney general said he doesn’t “believe that will be sustained in the long run.”

Sessions also indicated that the federal government would soon take steps to license more entities to legally grow marijuana for research.

Read more at Marijuana Moment

 

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