Monson, et al. v. Drug Enforcement Administration, 589 F.3d 952 (8th Cir. 2009)

(plaintiff farmers who received state license to grow industrial hemp, but didn't get approval from defendant, sued to acquire such permission; court dismissed case - under federal law, trace amounts of industrial hemp are controlled substances and remedy lies with the Congress changing existing law to distinguish industrial hemp from marijuana).

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