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UPDATE: 5:23 p.m. -- A DEA agent familiar with Tuesday's raids in Denver, who requested anonymity because he was not authorized
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Meanwhile, the U.S. House voted in late May for an amendment that would prevent the DEA from spending money to target medical
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Medical marijuana advocates are turning up the heat on House lawmakers who last week voted against an amendment to block the Drug Enforcement Administration from cracking down on state-legal medical marijuana shops and patients.
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The appropriations measure prohibiting the DEA from spending funds to arrest state-licensed medical marijuana patients and
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Matt Sledge joins HuffPost Live to discuss the DEA raiding a woman's house after she shopped at a garden store.
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The DEA destroyed 4,395,240 plants in 2013, up slightly from the 3,933,959 plants it destroyed in 2012. Both numbers pale
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WASHINGTON -- As Drug Enforcement Administration officials warn of the threat of legalizing marijuana and insist that it's
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The head of the Drug Enforcement Administration slammed President Barack Obama this week for saying marijuana is no more harmful than alcohol, according to a report Saturday in the Boston Herald.
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He's been a cop, a sheriff's deputy and a DEA agent. And now Patrick Moen is taking on his latest assignment: helping sell marijuana. But he isn't going undercover -- he's going to work for a legal business that supports the marijuana industry.
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"From what I understand, DEA was merely asking questions of the armored car companies at the time as to what their practices
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On Wednesday, HuffPost obtained a copy of talking points the DEA was circulating among members of Congress to press them
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DEA officials attribute the decline in part to the state of California, declaring in the agency's 2014 budget proposal that
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Unfortunately for the Drug Enforcement Administration, the organization is single minded for the most part, meaning there's no backup plan should Americans one day decide to do away with prohibition altogether.
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By KRISTEN WYATT, Associated Press DENVER -- Colorado has become the third state to ask the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration