Is the DEA Getting Ready to Reschedule Marijuana?

A few weeks ago we reported on the possibility of the Drug Enforcement Administration allowing the rescheduling of cannabis under the federal Controlled Substances Act. While this is something they have looked at before, this may be the year that finally brings about some sort of change from the DEA.

Last week the DEA gave the go ahead for the first ever clinical trial of smoked medical marijuana. The study, to be conducted by the Multidisciplinary Approach to Psychedelic Studies (MAPS), will look at the efficacy of medical cannabis in treating the symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder that afflict many U.S. veterans.

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