“The lack of information is astounding for a new marketplace,” said John Yoder, who teaches plant science at UC Davis. The drawbacks from this near-void of scientific information could be the underappreciated narrative of our prohibition hangover epoch.
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- Unlike UC Davis, whose pot scholars are limited by the school’s lack of a DEA license, UC San Diego’s School of Medicine’s Center for Medicinal Cannabis Research does have one, in addition to the $2M Prop. 64 provides. Because the center has a DEA license, the school has received about $7M in National Institutes of Health grants over the past two decades.