Cannabis legalization group DCMJ co-founders Adam Eidinger and Nikolas Schiller spoke their piece in a half hour meeting at the White House Monday afternoon, and want to return soon to meet with "higher-level" officials.

Eidinger characterizes the meeting with the Office of National Drug Control Policy as "friendly." He declined to name the people with whom DCMJ spoke.

"They didn't say much, but their body language was so positive," he says.

Eidinger and Schiller talked about removing cannabis from its current classification as a Schedule One drug, something that the Drug Enforcement Agency recently said it was considering.

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Rachel Kurzius ~ DCist.com ~

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