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 discussed. 4 All parties present stipulated, for the purpose of this proceed-
 ing, that marijuana has a high potential for abuse and that abuse ofthe mari-
 juana plant may lead to severe psychological, or physical dependence.: They then
 agreed that the princip_| issue in-.this proceeding wou3d be stated thus:
 _, Whether the marijuana plant, consideredas a whole, 5 may
 4
 The transcript of this preheating conference and of the subsequent hearing
 sessions comprise _5 volumes numbered as follows:
 Vo]. I - Prehearing Conference, October 16, ]987
 Vol. 11 - Cross Examination, November 19, 1987
 Vol. Ill - Cross Examination, December 8, |987
 Vol. IV - Cross Examination, December 9, ]987
 Vol V - Cross Examination, January 5, 1988
 Vol. V[ - Cross Examination, January 6, ]988
 Vo]. VII = Cross Examination, January 7, 1988
 Volo Vill - Cross Examination, January 26, _988
 Vol. IX - Cross Examination, January 27, 1988
 Vol. X - Cross Examination, January 28, ?988
 Vo]. XI " Cross Examination, January 29, 1988
 Vol. X[[ - Cross Examination, February 2, _988
 Vol. XIII - Cross Examination, February 4, 1988
 Vol. XIV - Cross Examination, February 5, _988
 Vol. V _ Oral Argument, June 10, ]988
 Pages of the transcript are cited herein by volume and page, e.g. _Tr. V-96";
 'G-" identifies, an Agency exhibito
 5 Throughout this opinion the term"marijuana" refers to "the marijuana plant,
 considered as a _hole _. :




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