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Below you will find a list of all the pending state side laws concerning the control of Bath Salts and Synthetic cannabinoid IL H 1655: Amends the Controlled Substances Act; adds MDPV to the list of Schedule I controlled substances. IL S 1034: Adds certain substituted cathinones to controlled substances schedule I. IL H 5233: Amends the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act; sets forth as definition for synthetic drug product; provides that whoever distributes, or possesses with intent to distribute, a synthetic drug product or a drug that is misbranded under the Act is guilty of a Class 2 felony and may be fined an amount not to exceed $100,000 and that a person convicted of a second or subsequent violation is guilty of a Class 1 felony, the fine for which shall not exceed $250,000.

2012 Substituted Cathinones (“Bath Salts”) Pending Legislation

Below you will find a list of all the pending state side laws concerning the control of Bath Salts and Synthetic cannabinoid

IL H 1655: Amends the Controlled Substances Act; adds MDPV to the list of Schedule I controlled substances.
IL S 1034: Adds certain substituted cathinones to controlled substances schedule I.
IL H 5233: Amends the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act; sets forth as definition for synthetic drug product; provides that whoever distributes, or possesses with intent to distribute, a synthetic drug product or a drug that is misbranded under the Act is guilty of a Class 2 felony and may be fined an amount not to exceed $100,000 and that a person convicted of a second or subsequent violation is guilty of a Class 1 felony, the fine for which shall not exceed $250,000.
MA H 2220 / H 4160: Relates to certain controlled substances; relates to trafficking in methamphetamines.
MA H 3739: Includes substituted cathinones, also known as bath salts, in class C substances.
MA H 4160: Relates to certain controlled substances; relates to trafficking in methamphetamines.
NC H 13 and S 7: Adds mephedrone to the list of controlled substances which makes the unlawful possession, manufacture, sale, or delivery of mephedrone a criminal offense.
NC H 1021: Relates to justice reinvestment clarifications to include probation officers and community corrections, intermediate punishments, felony probation violation confinement, community and intermediate probation conditions, a community service related fee, reinprisonment for felony probation violation, the maximum penalties for trafficking in marijuana and methaqualone and opium or opiates.
NY A 5456: Includes cathinone derivatives in Schedule I of the schedules of controlled substances.
NY S 4460: Relates to the sale, delivery, dispensing and distribution of controlled substances.
NY A 7731: Prohibits sale or distribution of any product containing MDPV; defines the chemical compounds which constitute MDPV; imposes a civil penalty of not more than $1,000 for a violation thereof; creates defenses based on over the counter drugs approved by the federal food and drug administration or lack of knowledge that the product contained MDPV.
NY A 9781 and S 6694: Establishes a synthetic cannabinoid and substituted cathinone surrender program and relates to controlled substances.
OH H 127: Adds six synthetic derivatives of cathinone that have been found in bath salts to the list of Schedule I controlled substances.
OH S 126: Adds six synthetic derivatives of cathinone that have been found in bath salts to the list of Schedule I controlled substances.
OH S 301: Regards enforcement powers of certain health care professional licensing boards, regulation of pain management clinics, limits on prescriber-furnished controlled substances, and classifications of certain controlled substances.
PA H 567: Amends The Controlled Substance, Drug, Device and Cosmetic Act; provides for schedules of controlled substances.
PA H 365: Amends The Controlled Substance, Drug, Device and Cosmetic Act; provides for Schedule I controlled substances; relates to synthetic cannabinoids and Salvia Divinorum.
PA S 909: Amends The Controlled Substance, Drug, Device and Cosmetic Act; provides for schedules of controlled substances; adds certain substances to schedules.
RI H 5403: Would place Methylone, MDPV, Mephedrone and other compounds commonly known and marketed as “bath salts”, on Schedule 1 of the Uniform Controlled Substances Act. This act would take effect upon passage.
RI S 868: Would place Methylone, MDPV, Mephedrone and other compounds commonly known and marketed as “bath salts”, on Schedule 1 of the Uniform Controlled Substances Act. This act would take effect upon passage.
RI H 7170 and S 2154: Adds certain bath salts to schedule I.
RI H 7574: Would place Methylone, MDPV, Mephedrone and other compounds commonly known and marketed as “bath salts” on schedule I of the uniform controlled substances act. This would also create “The Good Samaritan Overdose Prevention Act” which would exempt from liability any person who administers an opioid antagonist to another person to prevent a drug overdose. This act would take effect upon passage.
RI S 2501: Would add the following drugs to the list of Schedule I controlled substances: Methylone, MDPV, Mephedrone, Methoxymethcathinone, and Fluoromethcathinone. This act would take effect upon passage.
SC S 1005: Adds synthetic cathinones to schedule I.
SC S 1056: Provides that the existence of a recognized medical use of a substance must be considered by the department when making a recommendation to the General Assembly about adding a substance to a schedule; provides for the addition, deletion or rescheduling of a controlled substance by the department when a corresponding addition, deletion or rescheduling of the drug by federal law or regulation occurs; provides for the emergency designation of a substance as a schedule I substance.
SC H 4471 and H 4515: Adds salvia divinorum and salvinorin A, synthetic cannabinoids, cathinones and substituted cathinones (“bath salts”) to schedule I.

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