Short Circuit: A Roundup of Recent Federal Court Decisions – Reason.com

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  • The DEA classifies marijuana as a drug with no accepted medical use, akin to LSD and ecstasy (among others). But many turn to it for medical reasons, as do plaintiffs (a group of children and adults suffering from life-threatening medical problems), who sue the DEA to challenge its classification. Second Circuit (over a dissent): Alas, we cannot hear the case until you first ask the DEA to review it. But because the DEA is notoriously slow in reviewing classifications (petitions average nine years each), we will retain jurisdiction of this case so we can ensure speedy review.

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Where is the treasure? Where are the assets? Where’s the loot?

Source: Short Circuit: A Roundup of Recent Federal Court Decisions – Reason.com

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Sounds like typical Gooferment bureaucrat “barbara streisand”!

The phrase “no accepted medical use” rings hollow when so many are using it as side-effect free pain reliever?

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