Weeding out the truth: No substance to DEA's claims of pot-crazed bunnies

Are rabbits in the grips of reefer madness ravaging the Utah countryside? No, they are not.

What’s the difference between a stoned rabbit and a not-stoned rabbit? The layhuman may not be keen to the symptoms, subtle as they are, exhibited by indoor varieties, but an expert in the wild - he can tell.

These are bunnies. But are they high bunnies?

Such was the effect in the Utah State Senate last March, when Drug Enforcement Administration agent and canna-buzzed rabbit connoisseur Matt Fairbanks offered his testimony to Senate Bill 259, a medical cannabis bill.

"The deforestation has left marijuana grows with even rabbits that had cultivated a taste for the marijuana," Fairbanks warned, "where one of them refused to leave us, and we took all the marijuana around him, but his natural instincts to run were somehow gone."

It’s easy to sympathize with the disbelief the rabbit must have experienced in...

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