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*  American Feed Industry Association
SF/SF is a third-party certification program that is recognized by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as a model program in ... The AFIA represents member interests in legislation, and keep members up to date and informed on relevant issues such as ... national and state legislation, etc. Members of the AFIA include livestock feed manufacturers, ingredient suppliers, pet food ...
*  H. W. Barker
"Champions Drug Legislation". The Pharmaceutical Era. D. O. Haynes & Company. 40: 767. 1908-12-17. Retrieved 2014-12-09. " ... A US patent 497045 A, H. W. Barker, "Drug-mixer", published 1893-05-09, issued 1893-05-09 "Drug-mixer". Google Patents. ... On May 9, 1893 he was awarded a patent for a drug mixer which could also be used to pop corn or grind coffee. Barker was a ... He worked in the drug business for 15 years while living in Elbow Lake, Minnesota, and owned H. W. Barker Medical Company in ...
*  Public morality
Drug legislation, historically speaking, has sometimes followed on similar reasoning. Abortion is sometimes treated as an ...
*  Joseph N. McCormack
The coalitions he fostered furthered the causes of municipal sanitation, child welfare, pure food and drug legislation and ... Together, they drafted Kentucky's early pure food and drug legislation. Allen is credited, along with Harvey Washington Wiley, ... In the process, he drafted all the public health legislation in the State as well as a medical practice act which gave KSBH the ... With very limited state or local funding for the board, McCormack was forced to rely on the passage of legislation to ...
*  Cannabis political parties
"Green Party , Caroline Allen: UK drugs legislation 'is failing us all'". www.greenparty.org.uk. Retrieved 2016-11-18. "Scotland ... In Vermont: the U.S. Marijuana Party Legality of cannabis by country Drug liberalization Drug policy reform McRoach, J. J; ... Cannabis had been a class B substance under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971. It became a class C substance, and many people saw ... In 2013, the Drug Law Reform Party successfully registered with the Australian Electoral Commission, with over 500 members as ...
*  War on drugs
National Drug Threat Assessment 2009 from the United States Department of Justice War On Drugs: Legislation in the 108th ... news site focusing on drug war in Latin America Drug War Facts Drug War Distortions Major Studies of Drugs and Drug Policy Full ... African-American drug users made up for 35% of drug arrests, 55% of convictions, and 74% of people sent to prison for drug ... 37-43 How Goes the "War on Drugs": An Assessment of U.S. Drug Problems and Policy. RAND Corporation Drug Policy Research Center ...
*  Decree-Law 15/93
Anti-Drug Legislation". Portuguese Legislation in English. Lisbon: Gabinete de Documentação e Direito Comparado. Retrieved 2010 ... While drug use is illegal in Portugal, the law's introduction notes of occasional drug users: "it is necessary above all to ... The introduction of the law, which is primarily aimed at controlling drug trafficking, says that although the use of drugs is ... Drug policy Illegal drug trade "Tal não significa, todavia, que o tocicodependente não deva ser encarado, em primeira linha, ...
*  Leary-Lettvin debate
Lettvin criticized the U.S. government for ill-conceived anti-drug legislation. Lettvin asserted that psilocybin causes ... The U.S. government had made the use of these and some other drugs illegal. Lettvin was asked by the MIT organizers to respond ... Lettvin spoke subjectively, framing the decision to use drugs as a personal one, not a scientific one. He spoke of "good" and " ... Much of his presentation was devoted to arguing for the necessity of scientifically studying the effects of drugs such as LSD ...
*  Desoxymethyltestosterone
5α-Androst-2-en-17-one "Misuse of Drugs Legislation". Diel P, Friedel A, Geyer H, Kamber M, Laudenbach-Leschowsky U, Schänzer W ... Since three steroids have a high potential for drug abuse and trafficking, the Drug Enforcement Administration wants to ... It was one of the first designer steroids to be marketed as a performance-enhancing drug to athletes and bodybuilders. ... However, it was never brought to market as a commercial drug. Desoxymethyltestosterone was rediscovered by chemist, AAS ...
*  Narcotic Control Act
In February 1994, Bill C-7 proposed a revision of illegal drug legislation. The new drug legislating aimed to be more coherent ... and is thus Canada's current illegal drug legislation, known as Canada's Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. Poland, Mark: Is ... was one of Canada's national drug control statutes prior to its repeal by the 1996 Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. It ... Canadian Foundation for Drug Policy: [1] Narcotic Control Regulations [2] Report of the Senate Special Committee on Illegal ...
*  National Organization for Rare Disorders
NORD has also helped other countries to develop orphan drug legislation in their nations. Thus rare diseases and orphan drugs ... Henkel, John (1999). "Orphan Drug Law Matures into Medical Mainstay". FDA Consumer. U.S. Food and Drug Administration. ... in addition to the Orphan Drug Act, NORD has helped bring about legislation on publicizing clinical trials on the Internet, to ... or drugs for treating rare diseases. They succeeded in getting the United States Congress to pass the Orphan Drug Act (ODA) in ...
*  Ether addiction
In 1928, ether was officially classified as a drug - anti-drug legislation was extended to include it. Severe penalties - up to ... In May 1936 a special conference in Katowice was called by the Polish National Committee for Drugs and Prevention of Drug ... Not that we needed all that for the trip, but once you get locked into a serious drug collection, the tendency is to push it as ... According to current legislation, the highest allowable concentration of diethyl ether fumes in the workplace is 300 mg/m3. In ...
*  Dangerous Drugs (Supply to Addicts) Regulations 1968
page 207 "The Shipman Inquiry - Fourth Report - The Dangerous Drugs Legislation of 1967 and 1968". Archived from the original ... The Dangerous Drugs (Supply to Addicts) Regulations 1968 determined the consultants who could prescribe, or treat addicts ... either in psychiatric hospitals or drug dependency units. Other medical staff, if supervised by the consultants within the ...
*  Metandienone
"List of most commonly encountered drugs currently controlled under the misuse of drugs legislation - GOV.UK". www.gov.uk. ... CIBA filed for a U.S. patent in 1957, and began marketing the drug as Dianabol in 1958 in the U.S. Beginning soon afterwards in ... The drug is metabolized in the liver by 6β-hydroxylation, 3α- and 3β-oxidation, 5β-reduction, 17-epimerization, and conjugation ... The drug is also the 17α-methylated derivative of boldenone (δ1-testosterone) and the δ1 analogue of methyltestosterone (17α- ...
*  Narco-submarine
"Legislation targets drug-smuggling subs". NavyTimes. Retrieved 2010-02-23. "Run Silent, Run Drugs: The Cocaine Sub Fleet". ABC ... Anti-submarine warfare Illegal drug trade Illegal drug trade in Colombia Merchant submarine Mérida Initiative Mexican Drug War ... Hunting drug trafficking submarines Colombian traffickers moving drugs in submarines US Coast Guard intercepts drug running ... "Spanish police find 'drugs' sub". BBC News. 14 August 2006. Retrieved 2010-02-23. PISA, NICK (30 Mar 2006). "Drug cops foil ...
*  Home Office Drugs Inspectorate
It is composed of two parts, the Home Office Drugs Inspectorate (HODI) and the Drug Legislation Enforcement Unit. The latter ... "A History of Drug Prohibition". Transform Drug Policy Foundation. Transform Drug Policy Foundation. Archived from the original ... The Home Office Drugs Inspectorate (also known as the Home Office Drugs Branch), is a branch of the British Home Office. It was ... The inspectors had an important role in the early days of drug abuse, when some doctors were accused of over-prescribing drugs ...
*  DUID
"Drug drive legislation: am I fit to drive?". GOV.uk. stopduid.org druggeddriving.org candor.org.nz. ... New Zealand's main issue in traffic is Class C drugs, so this law could appear oriented to support the "war on (hard) drugs". ... The new offences detail at least 8 illegal drugs and 8 legally prescribed drugs, which have been given set levels to be tested ... the saliva test drug detection thresh ehold). New Zealand in 2009 passed unique legislation, which created a zero tolerance law ...
*  American business history
Most sold patent medicines, which faded away after the federal food and drug legislation of the early 20th century. Seven ...
*  Rob Oakeshott
"Road Transport Legislation Amendment (Drug Testing) Bill - Second Reading". Hansard. Parliament of New South Wales. 5 December ... Among the legislation that he supported was the proposed emissions trading scheme. Oakeshott decided with the other incumbent ... The bill, along with an amendment by independent MP Andrew Wilkie to make the legislation valid only for 12 months, was passed ...
*  Daktory
The Daktory operated in open defiance of New Zealand drug legislation prohibiting the cultivation, possession, sale and ... Dakta Green is involved in several ongoing court cases for cannabis offences under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1975. In one case he ... "Court almost triples drug sentence". TVNZ. 30 September 2011. Retrieved 14 October 2011. Hopkins, Steve (January 10, 2010). " ... Cannabis in New Zealand Otago University NORML Walters, Laura (15 December 2014). "Drug vending machine back with The Daktory ...
*  Johnny Key (politician)
He successfully supported legislation to create drug courts. In 2011, the Arkansas Pharmacists Association presented Key with ... He voted against legislation to make the office of prosecuting attorney in Arkansas nonpartisan. He co-sponsored legislation to ... Key supported legislation to permit the sale of unpasteurized whole milk within his state. Biography portal Arkansas portal ... He co-sponsored legislation to test recipients of unemployment compensation for illegal use of narcotics. He voted successfully ...
*  Oxycodone
Ontario passed legislation to allow the expansion of an already existing drug-tracking system for publicly funded drugs to ... Oxycodone is a Class A drug under the Misuse of Drugs Act. For Class A drugs, which are "considered to be the most likely to ... Oxycodone is listed as a Class A drug in the Misuse of Drugs Act of Singapore, which means offences in relation to the drug ... "List of drugs currently controlled under the Misuse of Drugs legislation" (PDF). UK. Home Office. 2009. Archived from the ...
*  Colin Barnett
In October 2009, Barnett announced a series of new policies relating to drug legislation including a repeal of the Cannabis ... "gateway drug". To help with the enforcement of this new policy, Barnett also supported legislation to give police the power to ... Barnett has stated it is his intention to overturn these laws because of his beliefs and stated that the drug summit members ... The previous laws were formulated by Geoff Gallop's drug summit, taking input from experts such as academics, police, social ...
*  Drug policy of the United Kingdom
In 1971 the Misuse of Drugs Act (MDA) was passed, continuing measures in previous legislation, and classifying drugs into ... 2005 - Drugs Act. Introduced drug testing on arrest. Classified psilocybin mushrooms as drugs. Required treatment assessment ... 2007 - Drugs Act 2005 (Commencement No. 5) Order 2007 (S.I. 2007/562) 2008 - Controlled Drugs (Drug Precursors) (Intra- ... People charged with certain offences could be tested for drugs by police. Created the Drug Abstinence Order, the Drug ...
*  Adolf Lande
Lande was considered one of the most foremost authorities on UN international drug control legislation. McAllister, William B ... two international drug organs) and was the primary drafter of the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs. He also wrote the ... Adolf Lande (1905-197?) served for many years as secretary of the Permanent Central Narcotics Board and the Drug Supervisory ... 2000). Drug diplomacy in the twentieth century: an international history. Psychology Press. pp. 225-. ISBN 978-0-415-17990-4. ...
*  The Cairo
... began to decline during the 1960s, when it was inhabited by squatters, prostitutes, drug addicts, student protesters ... tall brick building spurred local regulations and federal legislation that continue to shape Washington's cityscape. Today, the ...
*  History of United States drug prohibition
This legislation is the foundation on which the modern drug war exists. Responsibility for enforcement of this new law was ... "Developing Tomorrow's Drug Policy". Retrieved 20 December 2016. "Do Drug Courts Work? Findings From Drug Court Research - ... "Being smart about drugs means working to treat people who go to jail with a drug problem so when they get out and return to the ... History of drug legislation, The National Alliance of Advocates for Buprenorphine Treatment McCoy, Alfred (1972). The Politics ...