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Actually, if you type "ASA v DEA" into any search engine then you will find that schedule 1 is in court NOW. The group Americans for Safe Acess has sued the Drug Enforcement Agency for "capricious and arbitrary" scheduling ( translated: For lying about the medical use and risk). It has taken over a decade since the last time this was heard in court.At that time, DEA adminstrative judge Francis Young declared cannabis to be " the safest therapeutic drug known to man". The ADMINSTRATION of the DEA CHOSE to OVERRULE this court decision and it has taken all this time to bring it back to court.


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