DEA’s Internal Review Process Results in Removal of Misinformation about Cannabis from Website

By | February 8, 2018

Americans for Safe Access Applauds Action and Calls Upon Congress to Take Note

WASHINGTON, DC — In a letter dated January 26th, Americans for Safe Access (ASA), a national nonprofit organization dedicated to ensuring safe and legal access to medical cannabis for therapeutic use and research, learned that the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) denied their Information Quality Act (IQA) petition requesting the correction of misinformation disseminated on the DEA website on the health effects of medical cannabis, originally filed more than a year ago. However, the letter also pointed out that, through a “regular review process,” the DEA had removed certain documents and updated much of the information on the DEA website that ASA’s IQA petition addressed.

Source: http://www.safeaccessnow.org/idea_s_internal_review_process_results_in_removal_of_misinformation_about_cannabis_from_website

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