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US: DEA Proposes To Reduce The Amount Of Five Opioids Manufactured In 2020 - MC Gazette

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DEA Proposes To Reduce The Amount Of Five Opioids Manufactured In 2020 - MC Gazette DEA Proposes To Reduce The Amount Of Five Opioids Manufactured In 2020 - MC Gazette i;?

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DEA Proposes To Reduce The Amount Of Five Opioids Manufactured In 2020

By: EMCG AdminaE"

WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration is proposing to reduce the amount of five Schedule II opioid controlled substances that can be manufactured in the United States next year compared with 2019, per the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking being published in the Federal Register tomorrow and available for public inspection here today.

DEA proposes to reduce the amount of fentanyl produced by 31 percent, hydrocodone by 19 percent, hydromorphone by 25 percent, oxycodone by nine percent and oxymorphone by 55 percent. Combined with morphine, the proposed quota would be a 53 percent decrease in the amount of allowable production of these opioids since 2016.

DEA proposes to increase the amount of marijuana that can be produced for research by almost a third over 2019's level, from 2,450 kilograms to 3,200 kilograms, which is almost triple what it was in 2018. This will meet the need created by the increase in the amount of approved research involving marijuana. Over the last two years, the total number of individuals registered by DEA to conduct research with marijuana, marijuana extracts, derivatives and delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) has increased by more than 40 percent, from 384 in January 2017 to 542 in January 2019.

"The aggregate production quota set by DEA each calendar year ensures that patients have the medicines they need while also reducing excess production of controlled prescription drugs that can be diverted and misused," said Acting Administrator Uttam Dhillon. "DEA takes seriously its obligations to both protect the public from illicit drug trafficking and ensure adequate supplies to meet the legitimate needs of patients and researchers for these substances."

The Proposed Aggregate Production Quotas and Assessment of Annual Needs being published in the Federal Register addresses more than 250 Schedule I and II controlled substances and three List I chemicals, which include ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, and phenylpropanolamine. This reflects the total amount of substances needed to meet the country's legitimate medical, scientific, research, industrial and export needs for the year and for the maintenance of reserve stocks. DEA endeavors to set production limits at a level required to meet these needs, without resulting in an excessive amount of these potentially harmful substances.

In setting the APQ, DEA considers data from many sources, including estimates of the legitimate medical need from the Food and Drug Administration; estimates of retail consumption based on prescriptions dispensed; manufacturers' disposition history and forecasts; data from DEA's internal system for tracking controlled substance transactions; and past quota histories. As a result of new laws and regulations that took effect in 2018, the number of factors that DEA considers in setting the APQ has increased. Information on these factors and how they were assessed appears in the Notice.

The five opioid substances were subject to special scrutiny following the enactment last year of the Substance Use-Disorder Prevention that Promotes Opioid Recovery and Treatment for Patients and Communities Act, known as the SUPPORT Act, which requires DEA to "estimate the amount of diversion of the covered substance that occurs in the United States" and "make appropriate quota reductions. DEA's estimates of the amount of diversion that took place for each of these five opioid substances and how those estimates were calculated appear in the Notice.

Interested parties may submit public comments on the proposed APQ until 11:59 p.m. on October 10, following the instructions in the Notice. After taking the comments into account, DEA will publish another notice later in the year informing the public of the established APQ. After that, DEA allocates individual manufacturing and procurement quotas to those manufacturers that apply for them. DEA may revise a company's quota at any time during the year if change is warranted due to increased sales or exports, new manufacturers entering the market, new product development, or product recalls.

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prohibitionist hits:0 government drug warrior (prohibition_agency) hits:21 propaganda (drugwar_propaganda) hits:4 legalization hits:0 drug_reformer hits:0 reform_referenda hits:0 cannabis hits:6 stimulant hits:1 narcotic hits:13 hallucinogen hits:0
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    reform_referenda     cannabis     stimulant     narcotic     hallucinogen
                        
                        


incarceration/prison mentioned? NO - the issue of prison or incarceration was NOT mentioned in this article .

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explicit prohibition propaganda (explicit_propaganda) hits:0 hated group (propaganda_theme1) hits:0 madness, violence, illness (propaganda_theme2) hits:1 survival of society (propaganda_theme3) hits:2 gateway, use is abuse (propaganda_theme4) hits:1 children (propaganda_theme5) hits:0 demonize, war, epidemic (propaganda_theme6) hits:0 total prohibition (propaganda_theme7) hits:0 dissent opposed (propaganda_theme8) hits:0
EXP - explicit prohibition propaganda (explicit_propaganda) GRP - hated group (propaganda_theme1) MAD - madness, violence, illness (propaganda_theme2)
SOC - survival of society (propaganda_theme3) USE - gateway, use is abuse (propaganda_theme4) KID - children (propaganda_theme5)
WAR - demonize, war, epidemic (propaganda_theme6) TOT - total prohibition (propaganda_theme7) DIS - dissent opposed (propaganda_theme8)



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drug related
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prohibition agency illegal drugs  
drugwar_propaganda : a drug war propaganda event, campaign release, slogan, or themepropaganda

drugwar propaganda 95%
[news] [concept]

propaganda theme2 propaganda theme3 propaganda theme4 Why Are Americans So Easy to Manipulate? (Bruce E Levine, 2012)
Classic Modern Drug Propaganda
Themes in Chemical Prohibition
Drug War Propaganda (kindle edition)
propaganda_theme2 : drug war propaganda theme: madness, violence, illness caused by drugsmadness, violence, illness

propaganda theme2 50%
[news] [concept]

"harmful"1Madness Crime Violence Illness (propaganda theme 2)
drugwarfacts.org/crime.htm
drugwarfacts.org/causes.htm
Distortion 18: Cannabis and Mental Illness
No, marijuana use doesn't lower your IQ (10/2014)
propaganda_theme3 : drug war propaganda theme: survival of societysurvival of society

propaganda theme3 65%
[news] [concept]

"Communities" "the country"2Survival of Society (propaganda theme 3)
The "Nation" as a Device To Create a Psychological Crowd
 use is abuse

use is abuse 95%
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"Substance Use-Disorder"1Use is Abuse (propaganda theme 4)
drugwarfacts.org/addictiv.htm
propaganda_theme4 : drug war propaganda theme: all use is abuse, gatewaygateway, use is abuse

propaganda theme4 95%
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use is abuse Use is Abuse, Gateway (propaganda theme 4)
 drug of abuse

illegal drugs
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cannabis various illegal drugs stimulant narcotic  
 drugs 95%
[news] [concept]
various drugs  
 drug law 80%
[news] [concept]
"controlled substances" "controlled substance" "Schedule II" "Schedule I"5History of United States drug pr...
prohibition_agency : various drug prohibition and propaganda agencies and police; tax-supported entities dependent on continuing prohibitiongovernment drug warrior

prohibition agency
[news] [concept]

"DEA" "Drug Enforcement" "Drug Enforcement Administration"21Drug Enforcement Administration
drugwarfacts.org/military.htm
trac.syr.edu/tracdea/
dare.procon.org
The Top Five Special Interest Groups Lobbying To Keep Marijuana Illegal
https://www.google.com/search?q=...
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chemicals
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ephedrine opiate erowid.org/chemicals/chemicals.s...
 psychoactive plant

plants
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cannabis erowid.org/plants/plants.shtml
 psychoactive pharmaceutical

pharms
[news] [concept]

fentanyl hydrocodone hydromorphone morphine oxycodone oxymorphone erowid.org/pharms/pharms.shtml
 opioid narcotic analgesic
[news] [concept]
morphine  
 euphoric depressant
[news] [concept]
opiate  
 analgesic
[news] [concept]
fentanyl hydrocodone hydromorphone oxycodone oxymorphone opiate  
 antitussive
[news] [concept]
hydrocodone hydromorphone  
 anesthetic
[news] [concept]
fentanyl  
 intoxicant
[news] [concept]
cannabis  
opioid : opiate-like but synthetic drugsopioid

opioid
[news] [concept]

"Opioids" "opioid" oxycodone oxymorphone hydrocodone hydromorphone8Managing Pain
 stimulant
[news] [concept]
ephedrine  
 narcotic
[news] [concept]
opioid opiate Managing Pain
opiate : a substance derived from the opium poppyopiate
[news] [concept]
morphine Managing Pain
 Ephedrine

ephedrine
[news] [concept]

"ephedrine"1erowid.org/chemicals/ephedrine/
cannabis : cannabis (marijuana) product or usecannabis
[news] [concept]
"marijuana" "THC" "tetrahydrocannabinol"6Cannabis: Religious and Spiritual Uses
Cannabis-Driving Studies
MAPInc.org Cannabis Link DB
medicalmarijuanaprocon.org
cannabisculture.com
Schaffer Library: Marijuana
drugwarfacts.org/marijuan.htm
mapinc.org/pot.htm
U.S. Prisons Thriving on Jim Crow Marijuana Arrests (2013)
 Fentanyl

fentanyl
[news] [concept]

"fentanyl"1erowid.org/pharms/fentanyl/
 Hydrocodone

hydrocodone
[news] [concept]

"hydrocodone"1erowid.org/pharms/hydrocodone/
 Hydromorphone

hydromorphone
[news] [concept]

"hydromorphone"1erowid.org/pharms/hydromorphone/
 Morphine

morphine
[news] [concept]

"morphine"1erowid.org/pharms/morphine/
 oxycodone

oxycodone
[news] [concept]

"oxycodone"1Managing Pain
 oxymorphone

oxymorphone
[news] [concept]

"oxymorphone"1erowid.org/pharms/oxymorphone/ox...
Oxymorphone
 various drugs 95%
[news] [concept]
"Drug" "drugs"6 
 various illegal drugs
[news] [concept]
"illicit drug" "drug trafficking" "controlled substances" "controlled substance" "prescription drugs"6mapinc.org
drugwarfacts.org
DEA's Drugs of Abuse booklet
drugwarfacts.org/drugtest.htm
 meeting
[news] [concept]
"will meet" "meet"5TAKE ACTION - Here's how!
drugpolicy.org/action
mpp.org/takeaction/
norml.org/act
Delphi Technique - Fake Consensus
http://www.rutherford.org/publications_resources/legal_features/the_rutherford_institutes_public_meetings_guidelines (2016)

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    meeting concept - scheduled meeting, talk, or conference
    various_illegal_drugs concept - general terms for illegal drugs
    various_drugs concept - general terms for drugs
    oxymorphone concept - oxymorphone (14-Hydroxydihydromorphinone) is a potent, semi-synthetic opioid
    oxycodone concept - a type of opioid
    morphine concept - Morphine is an opiate used in the treatment of severe pain. It occurs naturally in the opium poppy and has a long history of human use. ((5a,6a)-7,8-didehydro-4,5-epoxy-17-methylmorphinan-3,6-diol)
    hydromorphone concept - Hydromorphone is an opiate, narcotic analgesic, used primarily in the treatment of moderate to severe pain. It is one of two derivatives of morphine, the other being oxycodone. (4,5-epoxy-3-hydroxy-17-methylmorphinan-6-one)
    hydrocodone concept - Hydrocodone is an opiate agonist, analgesic and antitussive used in the treatment of mild to moderate pain. It is primarily available in combination with other analgesics such as acetaminophen, aspirin, or ibuprofen. (4,5a-Epoxy-3-methoxy-17-methylmorphinan-6-one)
    fentanyl concept - Fentanyl is a short-acting synthetic opiate analgesic which is active at very low doses. Its effects are compared to heroin and it has been sold on the street as heroin, causing some deaths. (N-(1-phenethyl-4-piperidyl)propionanilide)
    cannabis concept - cannabis (marijuana) product or use
    cannabis
    ephedrine concept - Ephedrine is the active ingredient in Ephedra sinica. One isomer (pseudoephedrine) is widely sold as a decongestant while the other (ephedrine) is a commonly used stimulant. ((-)-alpha-(1-methylaminoethyl)benzyl alcohol)
    opiate concept - a substance derived from the opium poppy
    opiate
    narcotic concept - a drug that dulls senses, relieves pain, induces sleep
    stimulant concept - a substance that produces stimulation
    opioid concept - opiate-like but synthetic drugs
    opioid
    intoxicant concept
    anesthetic concept
    antitussive concept - a substance that prevents or relieves cough
    analgesic concept
    euphoric_depressant concept
    opioid_narcotic_analgesic concept
    pharms concept - Psychoactive Pharmaceuticals are over-the-counter or prescription chemicals approved for human medicinal use, with mind- or emotion-altering properties
    plants concept - Plants listed in this section are those which have been used by humans for their mind- or emotion-altering properties.
    chemicals concept - Psychoactive Chemicals are chemicals which have mind- or emotion-altering properties.
    prohibition_agency concept - various drug prohibition and propaganda agencies and police; tax-supported entities dependent on continuing prohibition
    prohibition_agency
    drug_law concept
    drugs concept
    illegal_drugs concept - drugs of abuse, so-called
    propaganda_theme4 concept - drug war propaganda theme: all use is abuse, gateway
    propaganda_theme4
    use_is_abuse concept - drug war propaganda theme: all use is abuse
    propaganda_theme3 concept - drug war propaganda theme: survival of society
    propaganda_theme3
    propaganda_theme2 concept - drug war propaganda theme: madness, violence, illness caused by drugs
    propaganda_theme2
    drugwar_propaganda concept - a drug war propaganda event, campaign release, slogan, or theme
    drugwar_propaganda
    drug_related concept - related to illegal drugs and prohibition