Illinois State Treasurer Michael Frerichs wants clarity from the Trump Administration on their intentions in dealing with the medical marijuana industry in Illinois.
He has sent his second letter to the Trump Administration after White House spokesman Sean Spicer said that he expects states to be subject to “greater enforcement” of federal laws against marijuana use.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions complained President Obama wasn't tough enough on marijuana and called it dangerous.
Frerichs is especially concerned heightened enforcement of laws that could shut down banks that have a relationship with the medical marijuana industry.
Frerichs fears vague talk of greater enforcement could also impact doctors who prescribe medical marijuana.
Illinois is one of 23 states that permit the use of medical marijuana for the treatment of pre approved medical conditions.
Frerichs has not received a response from the Trump Administration.