Club Drug Anti-Proliferation Act of 2000
(House Bill 4553)

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Ecstasy Anti-Proliferation Act of 2000
(Senate Bill 2612)

Update March 21, 2001:
The U.S. Sentencing Commission has stiffened guideline penalties for selling MDMA ("Ecstasy), more than tripling potential jail terms to over 6 years for people caught selling 800 pills. >> Read More

Update Feb 2001:
The US Sentencing Commission is moving to increase federal MDMA sentences imposed under the sentencing guidelines. >> read more

Update: October 4, 2000:
As originally introduced, the Ecstasy and "club drug" provisions of two federal bills would have made it a federal crime to disseminate information about using or manufacturing Ecstasy, and also would have arbitrarily equated Ecstasy to methamphetamine for the purposes of federal sentencing. In line with an analysis by the Center for Cognitive Liberty and Ethics, both of these flawed provisions have been struck!  >> Read More

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