domingo, 29 de mayo de 2011

Groups push Obama administration to reschedule marijuana after nine years of needless delay

The gap between many individual state laws regulating marijuana and the overarching federal intolerance of the plant is widening, and a coalition of marijuana advocacy groups has filed a lawsuit in the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit to push the Obama administration to respond to a nine-year-old petition to have marijuana rescheduled under the Controlled Substance Act .

According to the Coalition for Rescheduling Cannabis , the federal government has violated the Administrative Procedures Act by failing to respond to the petition within a reasonable amount of time.Sixteen states and the District of Columbia...

Source:
http://healthyken.com/2011/05/groups-push-obama-administration-to-reschedule-marijuana-after-nine-years-of-needless-delay-2.html

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