The laws on Marijuana or pot, refer, etc are outdated starting in 1937 and Robert Sandera for President wants to change all that.  He would have a pre-signed executive order prior to taking over office that would declass Pots wrongful Class one narcotic rating.  This is part of this Copyrighted "Contractual Promise to God and America" (Contract to America)  Sandera serves God because of promises he made to him for beating a deadly cancer that took his stomach that could have been avoided if not for Dirty Cops and Crooked Politicians.  The crime Sandera sent some flowers to a girl and asked her out to lunch. Unconstitutional law in Michigan takes that as a "Threat to Kill"

Sandera would allow Pot to be grown as a Government farmed crop dropping cost including a 16 percent tax down to 40.00 an ounce like it was when he graduated. The Tax would go to solidifying his Healthcare plan of full undeniable Coverage for every American Guaranteed by the Government. More on that can be read at the Healthcare Policy Page.
For one to make pot illegal over an international trade deal is insane. Allot went wrong in those Nixon years. Heroin was introduced to destroy the Black Panther organization and Ronald Reagan was the first Governor to take away Gun rights because of the Black Panthers walking into am police station armed to the hilt to have a discussion.  They sincerely believed their organization was a self defense organization against oppression and dirty politicians etc denying rights. Much of this can be seen in a Movie banned that's right banned by the Government called Panthers. It often pops up on Ebay for sale. It appears Republican Leadership had allot to do with preventing Marijuana from being legal.
The Following Information below is courtesy of Wikipedia
The Marihuana Tax Act of 1937, Pub. 238, 75th Congress, 50 Stat. 551 (Aug. 2, 1937) was a United States Act that placed a tax on the sale of cannabis. The act was drafted by Harry Anslinger and introduced by Rep. Robert L. Doughton of North Carolina, on April 14, 1937. The Act is now commonly referred to using the modern spelling as the 1937 Marijuana Tax Act. This act was overturned in 1969 in Leary v. United States, and was repealed by Congress the next year.[1]
The Act levied a tax equaling roughly one dollar on anyone who dealt commercially in cannabis, hemp, or marijuana. The Act did not itself criminalize the possession or usage of hemp, marijuana, or cannabis, but it included penalty and enforcement provisions to which marijuana, cannabis, or hemp handlers were subject. Violation of these procedures could result in a fine of up to $2000 and up to five years' imprisonment.
The nation first outlawed addictive drugs in the early 1900s and
helped lead international agreements regulating trade>.[4>[5>[6
In 1969, President Richard Nixon announced that the Attorney General <>, John N. Mitchell <>, was preparing a comprehensive new measure to more effectively meet the narcotic and dangerous drug problems at the federal level by combining all existing federal laws into a single new statute. The CSA did not merely combine existing federal drug laws but changed the nature of federal drug law and policy, expanded the scope of federal drug laws and expanded federal police power enormously.
Part F of the Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act of 1970 established the
National Commission on Marijuana and Drug Abuse <>-known as the Shafer Commission after its chairman, Raymond P. Shafer <>-to study marijuana abuse in the United States.[7] During his presentation of the commission's First Report to Congress, Shafer recommended the decriminalization of marijuana in small amounts, saying,
[T]he criminal law is too harsh a tool to apply to personal possession even in the effort to discourage use. It implies an overwhelming indictment of the behavior which we believe is not appropriate. The actual and potential harm of use of the drug is not great enough to justify intrusion by the criminal law into private behavior, a step which our society takes only with the greatest reluctance.

Federally Legalized Marijuana or Pot
The Only Reason Marijuana Isn't Legal Is Because Of Drug Company Lobbyist Etc.