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  1. Given that marijuana is federally illegal, I believe this. Right or wrong it’s the law until we elect folks that will change it.

    >”Individuals who commit federal controlled substance violations face potential immigration consequences under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), which applies to all foreign nationals regardless of the state or jurisdiction in which they reside,” an agency spokesperson said in a statement to CNN.
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    >”Marijuana remains illegal under federal law as a Schedule I controlled substance regardless of any actions to decriminalize its possession, use, or sale at the state and local level,” the statement continued. “Federal law does not recognize the decriminalization of marijuana for any purpose, even in places where state or local law does.”

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