Pure Herbal Immunity Blend In 2011, after a long battle, the federal government finally forced Shaw to close his store, although he continued his investigation of his business's tax defaults. He had to declare bankruptcy and hired two lawyers. Later, in 2014, a bipartisan congressional law, the Rohrabacher - Farr Amendment, came to his rescue. Prohibits the Department of Justice from interfering with the implementation of state medical marijuana laws. Shaw had not yet returned to business, but the road seemed clear to do so. Surprisingly, the election of Donald Trump helped make it possible. The new administration had larger targets in its sights, such as refugees and undocumented immigrants, although Attorney General Jeff Sessions still insists that states cannot void the federal ban on marijuana sales. "I want to thank Donald Trump," Shaw says jokingly. "After moving to the White House, he fired a group of lawyers who were working on my case. They cleared their desks and left Washington, In the spring of 2017, with the help of friends and investors, Shaw reopened Marin Alliance. Loyal customers returned for the grand opening. Dozens of clients - young and old, black and white, men and women, sick, weak and some apparently healthy - bought ounces of marijuana with names like "Zombie" and "Blue Dream." A man named Dan described himself as a former marijuana smuggler, who had served a prison sentence. "This place has been good for the community," he said. "What is happening here is just the beginning of something bigger and maybe even better." Like his clients, Shaw was understandably ecstatic, although she seemed to be more cautious and more cautious than she had been before, so as not to lose her dispensary once again. In fact, her future might not be as bright as she would like. Officials may terminate your permission.