How soon is that? I have been trying to get a response to that question from Justice Department spokeswoman Nanda Chitre for about a month, but she is not returning my calls. Meanwhile, the U.S. attorney's offices in Colorado and Washington decline to give any indication of how they will treat the state-licensed marijuana stores that are scheduled...
"I can't imagine the U.S. government starting some arrest campaign on people who are compliant with their state laws." Oh really? You can't imagine this from a federal government that plans, consents, spies on, allows wire taps, fly's drones over, even calls for disarming and killing its own citizens? You just can't imagine that very same federal government starting an, "arrest campaign?" Boy I sure can. Then again, I am not a liberal.
Three months ago, voters in Colorado and Washington approved ballot initiatives aimed at legalizing the possession, production and distribution of marijuana. A month later, Attorney General Eric Holder said the Justice Department would settle on a response to this historic development "relatively soon."
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