The US Drug Enforcement Administration
published notice on July 18 that it intends to move the drugs 2C-T-7, BZP
and TFMPP into Schedule I of the Controlled Substances Act, banned for
any use. 2C-T-7 is being scheduled pursuant to the DEA's emergency
scheduling powers, meaning that the scheduling could take effect in as
early as August 17.
The Center for Cognitive
Liberty & Ethics and the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic
Studies are examining the factual basis of the DEA's action, and is seeking
corrections to the DEA's notice, supported by scientific citations.
Information can be sent to [email protected]
or via fax to (530) 750-7912.
for further information, including the full text of the DEA notice on 2C-T-7.
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Issue #246, 7/19/02
Editorial: Times Change | Dutch Government Plans to Restrict Coffeeshops, End Ecstasy Harm Reduction | Nevada Marijuana Amendment Draws Flack, Praise | Canadian Justice Minister Floats Decrim Trial Balloon, Takes Flack from All Sides | Barcelona Conference Hears Link Between AIDS and Injection Drug Use -- Clinton Regrets Not Lifting Ban, Bush to Keep It | New York Marijuana Reform Party in Petition Drive to Win Ballot Status | "We're Your Good Neighbors. We Smoke Pot" -- Jeff and Tracy One Year Later | Alert: DEA Moves to Schedule 2C-T-7 | Newsbrief: Cow Dung Sniffers Have Malaysian Authorities Confounded | Newsbrief: Baltimore Homicides Continue, More Juveniles Dying Than Before | Newsbrief: Noelle Bush Imprisoned | Media Scan: Time Magazine on The Philippines, Drug Testing Protest Video Highlights | The Reformer's Calendar
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