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OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News The US. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit decided unanimously on April 26, 1991 that the Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) standards prohibiting the medical use of marijuana were “unreasonable.” Judge Lawrence Silberman, who wrote the decision, ruled that the agency had established several standards that prevented medical marijuana from getting fair consideration. The panel remanded the case (Alliance for Cannabis Therapeutics v. DEA. No. 90-1010) to DEA according to a report in the March/April . . .
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OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News The US. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit decided unanimously on April 26, 1991 that the Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) standards prohibiting the medical use of marijuana were “unreasonable.” Judge Lawrence Silberman, who wrote the decision, ruled that the agency had established several standards that prevented medical marijuana from getting fair consideration. The panel remanded the case (Alliance for Cannabis Therapeutics v. DEA. No. 90-1010) to DEA according to a report in the March/April . . .
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