There was a post a couple pages back with a link to a NY Time article about this release but here's the original. First interesting thing - They released in on 4/20. I wonder if that was calculated. Second interesting thing - Read for yourself... Let's review: 1. "Marijuana has a high potential for abuse." I would say that tobacco has a much higher potential for abuse because of the fact that it is physically addictive and marijuana is not. Marijuana has approximately the same potential for abuse(i.e. addiction) as alcohol and gambling. The actual risk of such abuse are probably much lower. I think alcohol's effect on the liver and brain cells is worse than marijuana smoke on the lungs(and, of course, you can vaporize it) and gambling can bankrupt you faster than marijuana can by a factor of about infinity(you can bet everything you own on a single hand/round but you can only smoke so much weed a day. 2. "[Marijuana] has no currently accepted medical use in treatment in the United States." The FDA just said that smoked marijuana has no medicinal value because it has no medicinal value. C'est quoi? Isn't that like saying that gravity works because it does? Besides, continuing our comparison to tobacco, what medical use does it have? None. In fact, doesn't it cause serious complications when used at the same time as many medical treatments and even eventually lead to a painful death? You betcha! 3. "[Marijuana] has a lack of accepted safety for use under medical supervision." Why couldn't they just say it isn't safe to use? Oh yeah, because they trying to confuse us since it's very safe to use, especially when eaten, vaporized, or smoked as bubble hash. FDA = Fuck Dem Assholes.