The Controlled Substances Act

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A year after the Supreme Court deemed the Marihuana Tax Act unconstitutional, the Nixon Administration uphe...
A year after the Supreme Court deemed the Marihuana Tax Act unconstitutional, the Nixon Administration upheld prohibition with the Controlled Substances Act of 1970. The new legislation consolidated several laws, created the DEA and expanded the federal government’s role in enforcing drug laws and prohibition. From here on out, hemp and cannabis became Schedule I substances in the same category as heroin, MDMA, mescaline and peyote—i.e., dangerous drugs of abuse with absolutely no medical value. In other words, the CSA prohibits the plant more than crack cocaine and crystal meth. In this video from the PRØHBTD Learn series, stay ahead of the curve and educate yourself further. To learn more visit us at www.prohbtd****. Music provided by: Format Entertainment www.formatent****.