A New Report on Oregon Cannabis Gets a Failing Grade
The Report Was Prepared by City, State, and Federal Agencies
The report was prepared by the Oregon-Idaho High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area.
Perhaps most egregiously, the report states there is “insufficient evidence to support or refute the therapeutic value of cannabis for” cancer, epilepsy, and other ailments, “or as a substitute for other addictive substances.” Except that there is sufficient evidence, so, yeah, nah.
This is a biased, inaccurate report, produced by agencies with an outdated prohibitionist outlook, and its flawed findings could be used to justify federal intervention. You can read the whole thing, if you dare, at oridhidta.org.