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DEA Just Admitted Marijuana Has Never Killed Anyone And Causes ‘Happiness’

Describing the plant for what it is — a “dry, shredded green/brown mix of flowers, stems, seeds, and leaves” — they note that “[n]o deaths from overdose of marijuana have been reported.”

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The Drug Enforcement Agency just admitted that cannabis has never killed anyone. Ever.

They also acknowledged that the little green plant, which has been used across civilizations for thousands of years, causes “merriment” and “happiness.” But they still want to keep it illegal.

The new DEA 94-page report released this week is entitled “Drugs of Abuse” and is intended to foster a better understanding of the dangers of drug consumption.

The new 94-page report released this week is entitled “Drugs of Abuse” and is intended to foster a better understanding of the dangers of drug consumption.

U.S. Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration

https://www.dea.gov/pr/multimedia-library/publications/drug_of_abuse.pdf

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By Carey Wedler
Ex-DEA Spokeswoman: ‘Marijuana Is Safe’, Kept Illegal Because It’s A ‘Cash Cow’

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8 Responses to DEA Just Admitted Marijuana Has Never Killed Anyone And Causes ‘Happiness’

  1. larry briggs
    larry briggs July 4, 2017 at 9:59 am

    It was the automobile that the stoned user was driving that killed the pedestrian.

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  2. Branson Hunter
    Branson Hunter July 4, 2017 at 1:20 pm

    Yes Larry,

    Driving can be an ultra-dangerous activity. Don’t drive after drinking at bars, like councilmember Mintz’s bar. Don’t drive if you are a drunk. Don’t drive impaired. Don’t drive if over medicated. Don’t drive when high on opiates. Don’t drive if your senses are dulled on recreational or medical marijuana. Don’t drive while having a schizophrenic disorder episode. Don’t drive while texting. Don’t drive while distracted. Don’t drive while under the influence of road rage. Don’t drive while under the influence of any serious sickness episode. All of with a place you and others in danger. ALCOHOL is the most dangerous of all.

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  3. larry briggs
    larry briggs July 5, 2017 at 10:03 am

    Pick on the Virginian.

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  4. spearman1ca
    spearman1ca July 5, 2017 at 6:58 pm

    Larry,

    DUI marijuana as compared to DUI alcohol is not even a comparison.

    Branson is correct and mightily so.

    DUI alcohol is a killer. I have Investigated hundreds of DUI fatal crashes in my 26 years. Not one of those fatal collisions was marijuana related all were alcohol.

    Marijuana has a proven benefit for those in pain from cancer. Alcohol does not.

    It seems it might be time to actually understand what medical and clinical science has offered.

    Any other conclusion in opposition to the facts is simply “Voodoo”.

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  5. larry briggs
    larry briggs July 6, 2017 at 2:30 pm

    Benji advises not to drive if over medicated or if your senses are dulled on medical or recreational marijuana. Are you saying its OK to drive while using marijuana?

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    • spearman1ca
      spearman1ca July 6, 2017 at 3:58 pm

      Not at all Larry.

      My response was in response to this posted by you “It was the automobile that the stoned user was driving that killed the pedestrian.” I was unaware of a pedestrian getting killed by a “stoned driver”.

      So I wanted to point out the continued ignorance of the facts in regards to marijuana by the elected leaders of this city.

      I don’t even drive after taking any medications that have written on them “may cause drowsiness. Do not operate mechanical devices…”

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  6. larry briggs
    larry briggs July 6, 2017 at 4:37 pm

    I meant to imply that the automobile was the killer, not the driver. It was sarcasm. I’m with you on not driving when taking medications that may cause drowsiness.

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    • spearman1ca
      spearman1ca July 6, 2017 at 5:28 pm

      Sometimes you dry wit eludes even me and I have been told I am very dry!

      Reply

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