Air Force Reservists, like their active-duty counterparts, serve under Title 10 of the United States Code and are subject to the provisions of the Controlled Substance Act
, which considers marijuana use or possession to be a crime, regardless of state laws.
On 12 November 2015, the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) completed its review of the company's VIBERZI (eluxadoline) and published its Final Rule into Schedule IV of the Controlled Substance Act
The test kit annual contract is intended to be utilized by the SAPD Officers as a compliance requirement with the Texas Narcotics Controlled Substance Act
Industry regulation and taxation has also been under debate by the Judiciary committee, with restrictions stemming from the Internal Revenue code and the Controlled Substance Act
making businesses ineligible for bank loans and credit cards.
com)-- The operator of a medical marijuana dispensary in the Figueroa district Los Angeles, Alex Anatoli who operates a properly licensed facility was allegedly accosted with neither court order or warrant in hand by three federal Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agents who entered his premises and threatened to close the cooperative's business under the guise of enforcing The Controlled Substance Act
The intent of the legislation is to reduce the presence of prescription drugs in waterways across the country and amends the Controlled Substance Act
to allow the U.
I am here because every day, across the country, the real-life consequence of the IDEA] interpretation of the Controlled Substance Act
is that, collectively, we are preventing patients in long-term care settings from receiving much-needed pain relief and other medications in a timely manner.
We routinely offer assistance to any agency regarding the Federal Controlled Substance Act
," the Telegraph quoted a DEA spokesman as saying.
However, federal law via the Controlled Substance Act
of 1970 (CSA) makes it illegal, regardless of any claim of medical necessity.
government from spending any money "to conduct a ballot initiative which seeks to legalize or reduce the penalties associated with the possession, use, or distribution of any schedule I substance under the Controlled Substance Act
Oregon, the Court merely said the Administration had incorrectly interpreted the Controlled Substance Act
, and made clear that if Congress chooses, it has the constitutional authority to act to bar the use of federally controlled drugs to assist suicide.
The court's ruling was deliberately narrow, focusing on the question of whether the federal Controlled Substance Act