FDAS ONGOING MARIJUANA POLICIES.

Apr 11th, 2015
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Perhaps no other contemporary issue or hot-button controversy hangs in the air as heavily (pardon the pun) before the FDA’s purview as the interlocking nexus of cannabis derivatives and their potential certification and dual usage as medical products, both over the counter and from a prescription perspective. This briefing paper will succinctly and saliently explain the precise background of the complex medical, scientific and policy implications of the continuing cannabis Question, and the benefits to the agency of stridently (albeit diplomatically) sticking to a status quo strategy with regard to leaving the onus on the various 50 states to act, rather than the federal government in capricious fashion (or the FDA, on its behalf).

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The FDA's Ongoing Marijuana PoliciesGhofran Matran(Insert Course Name here)(Insert Professor Name here)April 8, 2015Introduction Perhaps no other contemporary issue or hot-button controversy hangs in the air as heavily (pardon the pun) before the FDA's purview as the interlocking nexus of cannabis derivatives and their potential certification and dual usage as medical products, both over the counter and from a prescription perspective. This briefing paper will succinctly and saliently explain the precise background of the complex medical, scientific and policy implications of the continuing cannabis Question, and the benefits to the agency of stridently (albeit diplomatically) sticking to a status quo strategy with regard to leaving the onus on the various 50 states to act, rather than the federal government in capricious fashion (or the FDA, on its behalf). The most relevant result of such a prudent and pragmatic course of action is simply to allow the Tenth Amendment (U.S. Constitution, 1789) to run its course and, thus, promote action (or inaction) on behalf of the states (and the people within those individual states), as they so desire. This intentional hands-off policy deflects criticism, blame and undue burden on the FDA as an agency, and the federal government as a whole, and for all intents and purposes pushes the prevailing Marijuana Question toward a "non-resolution," remaining in static (instead of dynamic) equilib

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