Marijuana Schedule 1

Reeking of Hypocrisy: What the DEA’s Decision to Keep Marijuana Schedule 1 Really Means

Last week, the United States Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) decided to maintain marijuana’s status as a Schedule 1 Drug under the Controlled Substance Act. By definition, substances on Schedule 1 have been determined by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as having “no medical use whatsoever” and are also deemed to have a “high potential for abuse.” At the same time, the DEA’s decision came with a relaxation of some of the rules regarding medical cannabis research

LSD, Ecstasy and Other Schedule 1 Drug Death-tolls Continue to Rise

LSD, Ecstasy and Other Schedule 1 Drug Death-tolls Continue to Rise – Cannabis Not Among Them

Last weekend, three young people lost their lives from what appear to be drug overdoses while attending a rave in Fontana, CA. Sadly, this is becoming more and more prevalent, with the LA Times reporting that “Before this weekend, there have been at least 24 confirmed drug-related deaths nationwide since 2006 among people who went to raves…”.