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Federal Court Of Appeals To Consider The Benefits Of Medical Marihuana


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Here are the Summary of the arguments

 

THE DEA ACTED ARBITRARILY AND CAPRICIOUSLY, AND WITHOUT SUBSTANTIAL EVIDENCE, IN CONCLUDING THAT MARIJUANA DOES NOT HAVE A “CURRENTLY ACCEPTED MEDICA USE IN TREATMENT IN THE UNITED STATES”

 

 

QUALIFIED EXPERTS RECOGNIZE THAT MARIJUANA HAS MEDICAL USE

 

THE DEA ERRED IN FAILING TO FIND THAT MARIJUANA’S CHEMISTRY IS KNOWN AND REPRODUCIBLE

 

THE DEA AND HHS ERRONEOUSLY FAILED TO COMPARE MARIJUANA TO OTHER SCHEDULED SUBSTANCES

THE DEA ERRONEOUSLY EQUATES US OF MARIJUANA WITH A “HIGH” POTENTIAL FOR ABUSE

 

THE DEA AND HHS ERRONEOUSLY FAILED TO COMPARE MARIJUANA TO OTHER SCHEDULED SUBSTANCES

 

QUALIFIED EXPERTS RECOGNIZE THAT

THE DEA ERRED IN FAILING TO FIND THAT MARIJUANA’S CHEMISTRY IS KNOWN AND REPRODUCIBLE

THE DEA AND HHS ERRONEOUSLY FAILED TO COMPARE

 

MARIJUANA TO OTHER SCHEDULED SUBSTANCES

THE DEA ERRONEOUSLY EQUATES US OF MARIJUANA WITH A “HIGH” POTENTIAL FOR ABUSE

THE DEA AND HHS ERRONEOUSLY FAILED TO COMPARE MARIJUANA TO OTHER SCHEDULED SUBSTANCES

 

RESPONDENTS ABUSED THEIR DISCRETION IN DENYING PETITIONERS A HEARING AFTER STALLING ON THEIR DENIAL OF T HE RESCHEDULING PETITION FOR NEARLY TEN

YEARS

 

http://blogs.wsj.com/law/2012/10/08/appeals-court-to-consider-theraputic-value-of-medical-marijuana/

 

http://safeaccessnow.org/downloads/ASA_v_DEA_Reply_Brief.pdf

 

 

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A ruling that the current scheduling is erroneous and that there needs to be hearings, could send the DEA into overtime to get hearings taking place ASAP.

 

In that case, I believe there would be no federal marijuana law. It HAS happened before.

 

That is, after the tax stamp act was found unconstitutional, there was a period where there was no federal marijuana law. It took time to make the new Controlled Substance Act.

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I think they may find that it doesn't belong in schedule one but it is up to HHS, FDA and DEA to hold hearings to determine where it DOES belong.

 

Leaving marijuana completely off the schedule system until the hearings DO take place.

 

There are major tax differences between schedule 2 and 3. The IRS action against Harborside would still be taking place if it was put into schedule 2.

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I think they may find that it doesn't belong in schedule one but it is up to HHS, FDA and DEA to hold hearings to determine where it DOES belong.

 

Leaving marijuana completely off the schedule system until the hearings DO take place.

 

There are major tax differences between schedule 2 and 3. The IRS action against Harborside would still be taking place if it was put into schedule 2.

Just curious how DEA has any credability in the say so. Like where do they get any legitamate expertise, especially since they have done everything ever concieved possible to prevent any studies, research or trials to clarify this. Including terrorizing inquisitive the brave citizens that tried to better their lives with beneficial herbs v addictive poisonous pharmacueticals.

 

They were created to police the " druggies " with over the top military type tacticts. They are irrelevant to the discussion. imho

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I am not saying we shouldn't, just saying that it could subject the doctor to more scrutiny. I don't understand how a doctor would go about recommending a schedule II controlled substance when they think a prescription is required to obtain it. There are just some unknowns, that is all I am saying.

 

I envision parallel systems. Our Docs here in MI have a lot of protection under the Act.

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