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Physicians Everywhere Refusing to Recommend Medical Marijuana

While thousands of patients across Illinois continue to wait for the state’s medical marijuana program to finally open up shop, a number of the state’s most prominent medical organizations have reportedly forbidden their physicians from providing certification...

Report: Justice Department Intentionally Bamboozled Congress on Marijuana Amendment

The Department of Justice told Congress last year that the proposed attachment of the Rohrabacher-Farr amendment to a federal spending bill would “limit or possibly eliminate the department’s ability to enforce federal law in recreational marijuana c...

Federal Lawmakers Demand DOJ Investigate Continued War on Medical Marijuana

Although the federal government implied that it had “ended the war against medical marijuana,” in 2014 with the passing of a omnibus spending bill, the true meaning of this three-legged amendment has been swimming for dear life in a cesspool of skewed perspect...

Report: DEA's Use of Informants Lacks Sufficient Oversight

A recent report from the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) within the Department of Justice (DOJ) has found that the DEA Confidential Source Program “lacks sufficient oversight and lacks consistency with the rules governing other DOJ law enforcement components.&...

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