Two years after University of Massachusetts plant scientist Lyle Craker asked the Drug Enforcement Administration for permission to grow pot, the DEA has acknowledged the application in the Federal Register. Craker, who is working with the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies, wants to establish a private source of marijuana for research and possible drug development to compete with the National Institute on Drug Abuse, currently the only legal source in the U.S. The listing in the Federal Register may indicate that Craker, after two years of DEA foot dragging, will at least get a hearing before an administrative law judge.
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"Environmental humanism will eventually triumph over apocalyptic environmentalism."
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