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Files Comments with the DEA Concerning the Agency's Intention to Schedule 2C-T-7
The Center for Cognitive Liberty & Ethics (CCLE) has submitted written
comments to the DEA opposing the agency’s intent to schedule the
OpEd "Dangerous Lessons"
Court ruling, giving public school authorities the green light to
conduct random, suspicionless, drug testing of all junior and senior high
school students wishing to participate in extra-curricular activities,
teaches by example. The lesson, unfortunately, is that the Fourth
Amendment has become a historical artifact, a quaint relic from bygone
days when our country honored the “scrupulous protection of
Constitutional freedoms of the individual.
Report Says Federal Ecstasy Bill Targets Raves And Violates Civil Liberties
issued by the Center for Cognitive Liberty & Ethics, finds that the
Ecstasy Prevention Act, which is currently before Congress,
unconstitutionally profiles electronic music listeners, misappropriates
federal funds to communities willing to outlaw “raves,” and perpetuates
a failed and harmful “lock ‘em up” policy with respect to those who
use the popular drug MDMA (Ecstasy).
Report on SB 1103 (PDF) January 4, 2002
A California bill to place MDMA (Ecstasy) in Schedule
I and to impose 90-day mandatory minimum for using or being under the
influence of MDMA. (Similar to AB
of Richard Glen Boire, Before the United States Sentencing Commission on
March 20, 2001 on the topic of The Proposed Amendment to Increase Guidelines
Sentences Concerning MDMA (Ecstasy)
Read Richard's testimony in Washington D.C.