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Ley de Sustancias Controladas de Puerto Rico. Ley Núm. 4 del 23 de junio de 1971, según enmendada (Controlled Substances Act. Act No. 4 of June 23, 1971, as amended)

Puerto Rico Legislative Assembly Country Resources Substance Abuse Legislation Puerto Rico 1 August 2002 Legislation/regulation alcohol, drugs legislation, substance use

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La Ley de Sustancias Controladas fue promulgada en junio de 1971 y enmendada en agosto del 2002. La ley ofrece una base legal por la cual la manufactura, importación, posesión y distribución de ciertas drogas están reguladas por el gobierno federal de los Estados Unidos. La ley contiene 311 artículos con calificativos variables para que una droga sea incluida en cada una de ellas.

The Controlled Substances Act was passed in June 1971 and amended in August 2002. The act offers a legislation under which the manufacture, importation, possession, use and distribution of certain substances is regulated by the federal U.S. Government. The legislation contains 311 articles with varying qualifications for a substance to be included in each.


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