In the last few years, attitudes to marijuana in the U.S. appeared to be easing.
And in many ways, they have. Four states have fully legalized recreational cannabis, and four more voted to follow them in November.
But the same election that doubled the number of pot-tolerant states brought Donald Trump into the White House. With him come people in key cabinet positions who loathe marijuana and have at least some power to act on it. Marijuana is still illegal under U.S. federal law.
The likely consequence: an end to the easygoing attitude that the Obama administration brought to states that chose legalization.
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