Workers remove stems and leaves from newly harvested marijuana plants at Los Suenos Farms in Avondale, Colo. President-elect Donald Trump's nomination of Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions of Alabama to be the next attorney general has raised fears that the new administration might crack down on marijuana businesses in states such as Colorado, Washington and California, where the sale of cannabis is legal.
Workers remove stems and leaves from newly harvested marijuana plants at Los Suenos Farms in Avondale, Colo. President-elect Donald Trump's nomination of Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions of Alabama to be the next attorney general has raised fears that the new administration might crack down on marijuana businesses in states such as Colorado, Washington and California, where the sale of cannabis is legal. Brennan Linsley AP
Workers remove stems and leaves from newly harvested marijuana plants at Los Suenos Farms in Avondale, Colo. President-elect Donald Trump's nomination of Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions of Alabama to be the next attorney general has raised fears that the new administration might crack down on marijuana businesses in states such as Colorado, Washington and California, where the sale of cannabis is legal. Brennan Linsley AP

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