dea medical marijuana
"One must reasonably conclude that there is an accepted safety for use of marijuana under medical supervision," said a motion
Meanwhile, the U.S. House voted in late May for an amendment that would prevent the DEA from spending money to target medical
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.
The appropriations measure prohibiting the DEA from spending funds to arrest state-licensed medical marijuana patients and