Pot, Marijuana, Weed. Federally a controlled substance. However a very popular medical (with generally proven positive benefits of CDC) and recreational drug that is now legal in most states (but highly regulated). Sessions has said for decades he was vehemently anti-Pot. Yet now Pot is a multi-million $$ industry in the majority of states. If Sessions and the Conservatives apply federal law it would result in massive costs to enact, cause hundreds of thousands to go out of work, and millions of $$ (edit) loss to states. Conversely not doing anything would seemingly weaken the authority of the Fed (which is actually something a lot of States Rights conservatives seem to want) Trump it seems to be on his wall about this, OK for medical, but not protecting recreational. Although the wording suggests no restriction or limit to persecution. I think a law making pot a legal but regulated drug (like alcohol and/or prescription drug) would be the only way out, but that does not seem likely either. Or maybe it will remain in a strange limbo land?