President Donald Trump’s pick to lead the Department of Justice wants marijuana to stay illegal at the federal level. But he doesn’t have a plan for how to make states abide by that law. 

“We should either have a federal law that prohibits marijuana everywhere — which I would support, myself, because I think it’s a mistake to back off on marijuana,” William Barr told the Senate Judiciary Committee Tuesday afternoon in response to questions about his future role as attorney general. “I think current situation is untenable. It's almost likeda backdoor nullification of federal law."

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