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    DEA to Increase Marijuana Production Quota to Meet Demand of Medical Researchers

    The US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is proposing to more than triple the amount of marijuana it will allow to be produced this year in the hopes of meeting the demand of researchers studying new medicinal uses for the drug, it has announced. Background In the US, the manufacture and production of marijuana is controlled by the DEA, whose authority to do so stems from the Controlled Substances Act (CSA) —a law which categorizes drugs in accordance with their ri...
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    DEA Establishes Production Limits for Painkillers, With Some Drugs Set for Big Increases

    US drug regulators have set new production quotas for dozens of controlled substances regulated under the Controlled Substances Act (CSA) , establishing the quantities of the drugs which may be produced in 2015. Quota Adjustments In a 5 September 2014 Federal Register notice , the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), which is charged with setting the quotas, released a list of dozens of schedule I and II controlled substances which will be subject to produc...