Why Exactly Do The Feds Want Your Opinion on Cannabis Rescheduling?

Why Exactly Do The Feds Want Your Opinion on Cannabis Rescheduling? Want to help legalize cannabis? This is your chance. The Food and Drug Administration of Donald Trump has been tasked by the United Nations World Health Organization to inquire with the American public if cannabis should be reclassified based…

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Cannabis Rescheduling Likely, Says Just-Retired US Global Narc

Cannabis Rescheduling Likely, Says Just-Retired US Global Narc The federal government will likely reschedule cannabis once more states legalize the plant, says a former international narc according to a Marijuana Moment feature. “Let the experiment advance. Consider its positive and negative effects,” says William Brownfield, who just last month was…

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Ohio Lawmaker Urges Rescheduling of Cannabis to Allow for Research

Ohio Lawmaker Urges Rescheduling of Cannabis When the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released its controlled substances scheduling or drug classifications in 1970, they intended to classify drugs based on their potential for abuse, their medical use, and how addictive they may be. Few drugs scheduled as a Schedule I…

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Rescheduling Pot: Bad For the Nation’s Cannabis Industry, Good For The State of Illinois?

By now you have all heard the rumors that the federal government may change cannabis from a Schedule I drug to Schedule II under the U.S. Controlled Substances Act. This would be the biggest thing to happen to Cannabis since Nixon decided he wanted a statement on marijuana that “just…

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No Decision On Rescheduling Marijuana Prompts Congressional Action

by Rick Thompson The DEA’s evaluation of marijuana and its place in the Schedule of Controlled Substances Act generated media coverage in 2016, but fizzled out when the organization’s self-proclaimed deadline came and went without a decision at all. What appeared to be a chance at moving cannabis from Schedule…

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Poll: Voters Back Rescheduling And Legalizing Marijuana

By Paul Armentano, NORML Deputy Director Fifty-two percent of registered voters support legalizing marijuana “for recreational use,” according to national tracking poll data compiled by Morning Consult — a Washington DC consulting firm. Forty-three percent of respondents polled said that they oppose legalization and five percent were undecided. Respondents between…

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