On July 29, 2013, the Government Doj issued a nota stating it will continue to rely on express and local authorities to cope with marijuana activity through observance of state narcotics regulations. Nevertheless, in light of new state laws allowing for possession of a tiny amounts of marijuana and regulating production, processing and sale for marijuana, the Department designated eight standards to guide state rules enforcement. States must

(1) prevent the distribution of marijuana to minors;

(2) prevent earnings from the sale of Marijuana Edibles Canada from flowing to criminal companies;

(3) avoid the diversion of marijuana from states where it is legal to states where it is illegal;

(4) prevent cannabis activity from being used as a cover for the trafficking of other against the law drugs;

(5) prevent violence and the use of firearms in the cultivation and distribution of marijuana;

(6) prevent heavy driving and the animation of other adverse community health consequences associated with marijuana use;

(7) prevent the growth of cannabis on public lands; and

(8) prevent marijuana control or use on government property. In the event that the Federal Govt determines that States are not sticking with such criteria, the Federal Govt reserves its right to challenge State laws. The Feds didn’t say how any of that was to be done. They will simply said the claims should do that. Although Florida has apparently recently been looking the other way.