- Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions, a staunch opponent of legal weed, resigned on Wednesday.
- President Donald Trump is reportedly considering other marijuana opponents to fill in the position.
- Weed stocks rallied on Wednesday after Sessions resignation, but got hit on Thursday as Sessions departure optimism wanes.
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Weed stocks were sliding from their post-election peaks Thursday as worries surfaced that the successor to former Attorney General Jeff Sessions could also be against legal marijuana.
Pot stocks rallied on Wednesday, with Tilray surging more than 30%, after Michigan became the 10th US state to legalize marijuana and as Jeff Sessions, a long-term opponent of legal weed, resigned as…