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175 million Americans have access to medical pot. Why doesn’t the DEA consider it medicine?

25 states have legalized medical marijuana. Why doesn’t the DEA view it as medicine?

  • Ohio’s measure is more restrictive than medical marijuana bills in many other states.
  • Most importantly, at least for federal classification purposes, marijuana has been shown to have great promise when it comes to medical use.
  • Medical marijuana advocates had launched a campaign to put a broader medical marijuana bill before voters this fall.
  • The DEA Administrator still believes that medical marijuana is “a joke.”
  • But neither the research, nor more widespread public acceptance, have so far prompted drug authorities to relax federal restrictions on marijuana.

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@cannabist: “25 states have legalized medical marijuana. Why doesn’t the DEA view it as medicine?”


Nearly 175 million Americans– over half of the population — now have access to medical marijuana. Why doesn’t the DEA reschedule it?


175 million Americans have access to medical pot. Why doesn’t the DEA consider it medicine?

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