It looks as though Sessions wants to regulate-not-crack-down. He cited regulations for inter state sales, driving under influence rules, under age district & consumption and a few other rules to 4 of the 9 states currently selling recreational. So not all.
Colorado’s Hickenlooper did meet recently with Sessions and told reporters he didn’t think a crackdown was in the works, partly because Sessions has too many other government balls to juggle.
The letters suggest a willingness to work with the states, he said in a statement to The Times, “but there is still a need for congressional action to provide clarity for officials at the local, state and federal levels.”
Sessions asked Inslee (Washington Governor) to outline steps his state is taking “to combat diversion of marijuana, to protect public health and safety, and to prevent marijuana use by minors.”
“The letters did appear to be a bit off base, and in several instances referred to the way things were but are no longer. But more importantly, the letters did not tell the states they lack the authority to sell marijuana,” he said.