Trump’s A-G may spur big legal battles over pot

A■ By Thomas Elias / Columnist s a United States attorney in Alabama serving under President Ronald Reagan in 1986, the 39-year-old Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III was charged with enforcing civil rights laws. But he said then that he didn’t have much of a problem with what the Ku Klux Klan stood for, musing that he thought the KKK was “OK until I found out they smoked pot.” Sessions takes office as U.S. attorney general in a matter of days, at the same time President-elect Donald Trump is sworn into the office he won with far less than a plurality of popular votes last fall. Because he has not changed his

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