It’s unclear whether the new acting head of the DEA has a particular policy stance regarding whether you should have legal access to medical or adult use marijuana.
The Drug Enforcement Administration has named its new acting chief — Robert W. Patterson. The career Special Agent is replacing former acting head Chuck Rosenberg, who stepped down last month due to what he cited were concerns over President Donald Trump’s inability to respect the law.
Patterson, whose career with the DEA began nearly 30 years ago, was appointed by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
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