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DEA Claims Cannabis Supplies are Decreasing

by Paul Byrd


DEA Claims Cannabis Supplies are Decreasing

by Paul Byrd


The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has recently reported that there is far less of a cannabis supply for them to observe.

This claim has been made after recent legislative  laws have allowed the legalization of state-level marijuana. Studies have shown that the amount of samples the organization has received in the past few years has declined significantly.

The samples they would receive were typically used for medical or recreational purposes to further their studies. 

As a result of the legalization of marijuana in different states, seizures have reportedly been on the decline as well.

This can be assumed through cannabis being sold and obtained through safer measures, rather than handling them in illegal manners.

Other factors such as marijuana trafficking and arrests have also seen a decline in the past few years.

Hopefully, this positive change in cannabis will continue to evolve across our nation.