The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) said it would consider downgrading the classification of marijuana from the same level as drugs like heroin that have “no current medical use” to that of ADHD medications and opioids, opening the door for more research into other medical uses, a potential change one advocate said would be a “paradigm shift.” Marijuana is currently listed as a Schedule I drug, the most dangerous classification among all drug schedules, which includes substances or chemicals with no accepted medical use and a high potential for severe psychological or physical dependence. If downgraded, marijuana would be reclassified as ... Read More
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