Comment: "The States Can't Stop FedGov from Enforcing Its Own Laws"

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"The States Can't Stop FedGov from Enforcing Its Own Laws"

But where does federal jurisdiction apply?

Constitutionally (and I know they don't give a rat's rear end about the Constitution anymore), federal jurisdiction applies at ports of entry into the United States and when a good or product is in interstate commerce. How either of these applies in the case at hand, I don't know. But Montana could enact a nullification law similar to what they did a few years ago with regard to firearms.

At any rate, 80 years in prison for medical marijuana is simply malicious prosecution.