The measures would constitute a technical amendment to the original law’s text.
This new suit centers on the DEA’s alleged “unlawful policy of delaying responses to Freedom of Information Act requests.
The organization hopes to conduct research on all cannabis compounds, from THC and CBD, to cannabinoids like CBN, CBC, CBG, and more.
Cannabis busts dropped an average of 11% each year since 2010 when the DEA made 8,215 arrests.
The president of the companies behind the lawsuit said they have taken "extreme" efforts to secure the licenses and comply with rigorous FDA guidelines.
The DEA application process is being delayed for years for reasons unknown.
The DEA is helping to teach parents signs to watch for that can help them indicate when their children are discussing illegal drug use.
Research is forbidden on Schedule I drugs in the U.S. — here's how marijuana can get around that rule.
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