Under existing law, certain controlled substances are enumerated in schedules by statute
Also under existing law, the State Board of Health adopts a Controlled Substances List that enumerates certain controlled substances in schedules and is required to update the Controlled Substances List annually
This bill would repeal the statutory controlled substances schedules and would provide that the Controlled Substances List adopted by the State Board of Health is the official list of scheduled controlled substances
Relating to controlled substances; to amend Sections 20-2-20 and 20-2-32, Code of Alabama 1975, to provide that the State Board of Health, by rule, may add substances to or delete or reschedule substances enumerated in the Controlled Substances List adopted by the board; to provide that the Controlled Substances List adopted by the State Board of Health supersedes the statutory schedules of controlled substances; and to repeal Sections 20-2-23, 20-2-25, 20-2-27, 20-2-29, and 20-2-31, Code of Alabama 1975.
|January 30, 2018||S||Read for the first time and referred to the Senate committee on Health and Human Services|
|Hearing||February 7, 2018||ROOM 304 at 12:00||Senate HLTH Hearing|
|Hearing||March 15, 2017||Room 727 at 11:00||Senate C&MG Hearing|
|Bill Text||SB259 Alabama 2018 Session - Introduced|