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What do the directors of the Transportation Security Administration, the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and the FBI have in common? They are all important law enforcement officials with roles in combating terrorism. But at the moment, they have nothing in common. Why? Because they don't exist. The jobs are vacant. Each has to be filled by presidential appointment, and Trump has felt no urgency in filling them.

What do the directors of the Transportation Security Administration, the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and the FBI have in common? They are all important law enforcement officials with roles in combating terrorism. But at the moment, they have nothing in common. Why? Because they don't exist. The jobs are vacant. Each has to be filled by presidential appointment, and Trump has felt no urgency in filling them.

A federal judge was weighing Thursday whether the Drug Enforcement Administration can access a Utah prescription-drug database without a warrant in a lawsuit that pits the right to privacy against the need to combat the country’s opioid-drug epidemic.  “I think this is a... - #Database, #Judge, #Prescriptiondrug, #Privacy, #TopStories, #Utah, #Weighs

A federal judge was weighing Thursday whether the Drug Enforcement Administration can access a Utah prescription-drug database without a warrant in a lawsuit that pits the right to privacy against the need to combat the country’s opioid-drug epidemic. “I think this is a... - #Database, #Judge, #Prescriptiondrug, #Privacy, #TopStories, #Utah, #Weighs

10 Deadly Drugs The Government Says Are Safer Than Weed - With the release of its latest guidebook, the Drug Enforcement Administration still wants you to believe that cannabis is deadlier than cocaine and meth.

10 Deadly Drugs The Government Says Are Safer Than Weed - With the release of its latest guidebook, the Drug Enforcement Administration still wants you to believe that cannabis is deadlier than cocaine and meth.

Drug Enforcement Administration - Wikipedia

Drug Enforcement Administration - Wikipedia

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration's acting director criticized President Donald Trump for telling law enforcement officers not to be "too nice" to suspects, urging DEA agents to show "respect and compassion" and saying he felt compelled to speak out when "something is wrong."

Drug enforcement chief criticizes Trump in email to agents

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration's acting director criticized President Donald Trump for telling law enforcement officers not to be "too nice" to suspects, urging DEA agents to show "respect and compassion" and saying he felt compelled to speak out when "something is wrong."

DEA: Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)

The US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has given a final and long-awaited approval to Merck to market its new insomnia drug Belsomra (suvorexant) as a Schedule IV drug.

Drug Enforcement Administration - Wikipedia

Drug Enforcement Administration - Wikipedia

Video: What We Saw at the Drug Enforcement Administration Museum (ReasonTV) | Weedist

Video: What We Saw at the Drug Enforcement Administration Museum (ReasonTV) - Weedist

The DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) recently published its Drug of Abuse 2017 report that poses the following question at the section about cannabis (or marijuana as the DEA calls it): “What are its overdose effects?” The answer is simply: “No deaths from overdose of marijuana have been reported.” It is encouraging to see that the DEA remains truthful in its report, in this case, however, it raises the question why it decided to keep cannabis a Schedule I drug late last year.

No Deaths from Marijuana Overdose Have Been Reported - DEA

The DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) recently published its Drug of Abuse 2017 report that poses the following question at the section about cannabis (or marijuana as the DEA calls it): “What are its overdose effects?” The answer is simply: “No deaths from overdose of marijuana have been reported.” It is encouraging to see that the DEA remains truthful in its report, in this case, however, it raises the question why it decided to keep cannabis a Schedule I drug late last year.

Drug Enforcement Administration - Wikipedia

Drug Enforcement Administration - Wikipedia

A registrant may authorize one or more individuals, whether or not located at his or her registered location, to issue orders for Schedule I...

Rules - 2007 - Issuance of Multiple Prescriptions for Schedule II Controlled Substances

It was early October 2016 when Drug Enforcement Administration agents raided the clinic and home of Dr. James E. Hanus.

It was early October 2016 when Drug Enforcement Administration agents raided the clinic and home of Dr. James E. Hanus.

End Marijuana Prohibition! | House Resolution 499: The Ending Marijuana Prohibition Act of 2013, would remove marijuana from the Controlled Substances Act, transfer the Drug Enforcement Administration’s authority to regulate marijuana to a newly renamed Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Marijuana and Firearms, require commercial marijuana producers to purchase a permit, and ensure that federal law distinguishes between individuals who grow marijuana for personal use and commercial use.

The Ending Marijuana Prohibition Act of would remove marijuana from the Controlled Substances Act.

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