NM Political Report:  “A letter from the U.S. Department of Justice to organizers of a cannabis festival in Nevada could signal how the Trump administration plans to enforce marijuana laws.  Nevada’s U.S. District Attorney sent a letter last week to Duke Rodriguez, CEO of the New Mexico and Arizona based Ultra Health, with concerns that cannabis will be present at the High Times Cannabis Cup. . . . Bogden also addresses Obama-era guidance from the Department of Justice to U.S. district attorneys. In 2013 Deputy Attorney General James Cole issued a memo stating the Department of Justice would not prioritize arrests for possession of small amounts or use of cannabis. . . . ‘The memoranda are not laws or regulations, and they do not create any rights that may be relied upon by any person,’ Bogden wrote. ‘Marijuana remains illegal under federal law’.”