The DEA has officially decided that a notorious fentanyl manufacturer’s synthetic marijuana product is safer and more medically valuable than actual weed.
An update on where the rest of the country is at with legal weed.
The new code isn't so much a legislative change as it is clarification.
"You're putting out a message that your company has integrity."
But there's not much evidence that it's actually dangerous.
The American Legion called on lawmakers to recognize that the drug has “potential medical value” and enable researchers to study whether it works for PTSD.
The DEA has indicated it will let scientists apply to grow weed for research purposes — but that doesn't mean the agency will actually approve the applications.
By removing infuriating roadblocks, the federal government may have just ushered in a golden age for green research.