The Denver Post wonders in an editorial what the Trump administration policy will be regarding legalized marijuana, which is a $1 billion business in Colorado. Trump and his U.S. Attorney General nominee, Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., were photographed here in October in New York. How they feel about tightening pot laws could have a huge impact since several states have legalized marijuana. (AP)
The Denver Post wonders in an editorial what the Trump administration policy will be regarding legalized marijuana, which is a $1 billion business in Colorado. Trump and his U.S. Attorney General nominee, Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., were photographed here in October in New York. How they feel about tightening pot laws could have a huge impact since several states have legalized marijuana. (AP) Evan Vucci AP
The Denver Post wonders in an editorial what the Trump administration policy will be regarding legalized marijuana, which is a $1 billion business in Colorado. Trump and his U.S. Attorney General nominee, Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., were photographed here in October in New York. How they feel about tightening pot laws could have a huge impact since several states have legalized marijuana. (AP) Evan Vucci AP

Colorado to Trump: Don’t mess with state’s $1 billion pot business

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