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 challenged scheduling provisions of the state
 controlled substances act make no sense, lacking
 any conceivable justification.
 The __icus-applicant_s brief will assist
 counsel for the existing parties_ and ensure
 complete presentation of the difficult issues in
 this case, issues in which there is general public
 interest° Thuse consideration of the accompanying
 brief will enhance this Court's ability to reach
 the most just result.
 WHEREFORE, the amicus applicant NORML asks
 the Court to grant permissions for the filing of
 the enclosed amicus brief. The plaintiff-appellee
 and other amicus parties consent to this motion.
 NO_ML is advised that the appellant State of
 Washington (by its Attorney General) has neither
 objected nor consented to amicus motions filed by
 the other _micus parties. NORML waives oral
 The applicant NORML regrets the delay in
 filing these materials, unfortunately resulting
 from: The need to coordinate with the other

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