DEA Still Raiding: Is This The Last Gasp Of A Dying Policy?
There may be a new president, but in DEA-land, it’s still business as usual — at least for the time being.
On Thursday, just two days after President Barack Obama was sworn into office, DEA officials raided the office of a California medical marijuana provider, as well as two medical grow houses in Colorado.
Is this behavior the final gasp of a dying regime, or an unfortunate harbinger of things to come? That could be up to you.
Several marijuana law reform groups, including Americans for Safe Access and MPP — as well as national media outlets — are urging concerned citizens to contact the new administration in opposition to the DEA’s actions.
In the coming months, President Obama and his team will be appointing new DEA administrators. Congress will also be holding additional hearings regarding Obama’s pick for U.S. Attorney General, Eric Holder. Let’s make it clear to the President, now, that the DEA’s behavior is unacceptable and must not continue under an Obama administration.
Let’s make yesterday’s raids the last acts of a morally and fiscally bankrupt federal policy. Act now. January 23, 2009