Marijuana Still A Drug With No Accepted Medical Use, Court Says

Appellate judges defer to federal health experts and side with the DEA.WASHINGTON — Marijuana will continue to be considered a highly dangerous drug under federal law with no accepted medical uses, after a U.S. appeals court Tuesday refused to order a change in the government's 40-year-old drug classification schedule.

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