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Statistics Show the DEA Is Losing the War Against Marijuana

According to the latest data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), there were 33 million annual marijuana users in the United States in 2013.  

Lawmaker Vows to Eliminate the DEA's Marijuana Eradication Program

Federal lawmakers are doing everything they can to weaken the power of the Drug Enforcement Administration. Earlier last week, the House of Representatives made a historical move by putting their seal of approval on several proposed amendments aimed at prohibiting the DEA...

Congress Votes to End War on Weed, Lawmakers Predict Its Demise Within 5 Years

A group of lawmakers gathered on Capitol Hill earlier this week to introduce several proposals aimed at castrating the war on marijuana. Much to their surprise, the majority of these amendments, including a few that would prevent the Drug Enforcement Administration from c...

New Report: DEA Breaks Law Once Again to Spy on Americans

While President Obama signed legislation this week aimed at halting the National Security Agency's digital snooping, a new report surfaced regarding underhanded surveillance tactics used by the the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).  

Lawmakers Submit Proposals to Put a Leash on the DEA

Federal lawmakers on the move to change the way the Department of Justice handles states that have legalized cannabis for both medicinal and recreational purposes are gearing up for what media sources are calling a “marijuana vote-a-rama” later this week.

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