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California's Anti-Ecstasy Bills
Index for Materials on SB 1103
And its Assembly counterpart AB 1416

California bills to place MDMA (Ecstasy) in Schedule I and to impose 90-day mandatory minimum for using or being under the influence of MDMA.

January 16, 2002: SB 1103 Dead
California Senate Ecstasy Bill Dead; Assembly Bill Weakened

January 16, 2002
Rave profiling:Cops in ecstasy over the chance to lock up more trippers

January 4, 2002
CCLE Report on SB 1103 (PDF)

January 4, 2002
California Renews Move to Add 90-day Mandatory Minimum for Using or Being "Under the Influence" of MDMA (Ecstasy) 

 


AB 1416, a  nearly identical bill in the California Assembly, was revived on January 7, 2002.

January 16, 2002
Update: California Senate Ecstasy Bill Dead; Assembly Bill Weakened

January 16, 2002
Rave profiling:Cops in ecstasy over the chance to lock up more trippers

January 7, 2002
Text & Current Status of AB 1416

May 9, 2001
AB 1416 Appears Dead For 2001

April 10, 2001
Report Finds Ecstasy Bill Flawed

April 10, 2001
CCLE Report on AB 1416 (PDF)

April 5, 2001
California Moves to Schedule MDMA (Ecstasy)
and add 90-day mandatory minimum sentence

 

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