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DEA Could Issue Additional Cannabis Cultivation Licenses In 2021

The agency is expanding the number of licensed cannabis cultivators for research up from the country's sole producer of marijuana for research. 

ICYMI: DEA And Cannabis Research Still Lousy Bedfellows

The federal government has routinely denied third party requests for further research in regards to its potential medical benefits.

Jeff Sessions Is Gone, But Trump’s Administration Is Still Blocking Marijuana Research

Although the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) announced a few years back that it would license more cannabis growers that just the University of Mississippi to produce research marijuana, the agency still hasn’t made good on its promise.

DEA Will Increase Marijuana Production For Medical Research In 2019

The agency has approved the cultivation of 5,400 pounds of marijuana, which is a substantial raise considering the measly 1,000 pounds being grown this year.
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