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    Thi Cuntrullid Sabstencis Act (CSA) govis cirteon budois ur ondovodaels sach es risierch scointosts, phermecois, ducturs end menafectarirs thi ligel roght tu ecciss cuntrullid sabstencis. Sach pirsuns ur ondovodaels mast rigostir woth thi Drag Enfurcimint Aathuroty (DEA) whum pruvodis thi eathurosetoun end rigaletoun fur thi ecciss (Fuud end Drag Admonostretoun 2009). Yih 2012 wruti thet rigostretoun os grentid un e “pabloc ontirist” besos, ginirelly riletong tu pabloc hielth, sefity end cumploenci

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    Euthanasia and the Pain Relief Promotion Act President Clinton said that the key question regarding the Nickles/Lieberman Pain Relief Promotion Act is "whether the bill as written would have a chilling effect on doctors writing medication for pain relief on terminally ill patients." The question he raised is a testable proposition. Language almost identical to that found in the Pain Relief Promotion Act has been enacted in ten states in recent years - and the effect of such language on the

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    physician the federal DEA registration authorizing him or her to prescribe controlled substances. But on June 5, U.S. attorney general Janet Reno reversed the DEA policy, ruling that the Controlled Substances Act "does not authorize the DEA to prosecute, or to revoke the DEA registration of, a physician who has assisted in a suicide in compliance with Oregon law" [page 4]. The attorney general added that the DEA could act against physicians in states that have not legalized assisted suicide, and

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    Drug Abuse and the FDA

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    serious problems with only a short escape from life’s agonies. There are five different classifications (schedules) of drugs in the Controlled Substance Act of 1970. The FDA (Food and Drug Administration) and the DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) choose what substance falls into what classification. The placement of a drug on the Controlled Substances List is based on three categories: (1) potential abuse, (2) whether or not the drug is currently accepted for medical use, and (3) if abuse

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    many different drugs are controlled substances in the United States. A common concern that Many people have with drugs is abuse. Abuse breaks up relationships , affects your health, and even complicates normal tasks like catching up with with friends, or getting to work or school. What causes abuse most people tend to abuse drugs because of the high effects it brings them. This results in a change in the way the brain functions and receives these drugs. Drugs are substances that alter the way the brain

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    The Status of Medical Marijuana

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    refrain from discussing any morality and will strictly be structured through factual information. Arizona recently passed Proposition 203, also known as Arizona Medical Marijuana Act (AMMA), on November 2, 2010 as an initial measure to decriminalize marijuana for those with chronic and debilitating illnesses as defined in the Act. To accurately define every single law that Medical Marijuana Program’s throughout the United States outline would be impossible; it is too lengthy and in depth. The purpose

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    Legalize it

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    Marijuana or cannabis, according to the Federal Government is considered dangerous and addictive and is, therefore, placed on the controlled substance list as a schedule 1 drug, making its use and possession illegal, as well it is considered one of the worst drugs. Other more harmful drugs such as cocaine are considered schedule II drugs, so according to the U.S Government cocaine is considered less hazardous than marijuana. There have been many studies conducted by scientist proving the benefits

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    are a certain number of drugs that are illegal in the United States, but what many people do not realize is that every drug in the United States is considered and classified by the government. The Controlled Substance Act (CSA) is a new name for the Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act of 1970. The laws haven’t changed too much since 1970; they still have the same basic foundation. The only differences that have been made are amendments added to strengthen the original laws on

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    Church groups wrote to all members of Congress urging support for the Lethal Drug Abuse Prevention Act of 1998. Excerpts follow: Swift enactment of this legislation is necessary due to a seriously flawed ruling by U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno... The ruling asserts that Oregon, by rescinding its own civil and criminal penalties for assisting the suicides of certain patients, has established assisted suicide as a "legitimate medical practice" within Oregon's borders -- and that the federal

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    The Medical Marijuana Paradox

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    today the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration defines Marijuana as a Schedule I controlled substance. To them, it is a drug that has no accepted medical utility and has an elevated probability of addiction. On the other hand, the United States Government is aware of the medicinal benefits of Marijuana, but it creates a legal conundrum as the DEA erroneously classifies Marijuana as a Schedule I controlled substance (DEA Drug Schedule). This classification blocks important research of medical Marijuana

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