Drug Use Regulation Paper

Sam Houston State University

Question Description

After reading Chapter 3 "Drug Use, Regulation, and the Law", you are to choose 2 ACTUAL Federal Laws or Regulations pertaining to our class about drugs, alcohol, tobacco, marijuana, opium, etc. (They do not have to be ones from your text, Also NO STATE LAWS). Write a 2 page paper FOR EACH using the following guidelines. A very short summary of the Law or Regulation, what was this Law or Regulation intended for, do you think this Law or Regulation has worked, what you YOU change about this Law or Regulation? If you write just a summary of the Law or Regulation points will be deducted.

4 Pages Total: 2 for each law/regulation!

Reading: Chapter 3

Final Answer

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Drug Use Regulations
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First part
The federal law that I will focus on in this paper is the regulation on the treatment and
recovery from opioid. This law was enacted in 2018 to control and prevent opioid overdose
among the youths. Besides, the law was made to address the nation's epidemic of opioid abuse,
generally. The law contains provisions on ways to control addiction as well as enhancing
healthcare for those affected by the drug. This law has other additional requirements that aim at
facilitating a coordinated and detailed treatment delivery to the addicts of opioids.
This law on the treatment and recovery from opioid was intended to achieve several
goals. The first part focuses on the involvement of Medicaid services in the treatment of juvenile
inmates of public institutions. The purpose of this part of the law was to maintain the eligibility
of juveniles into the Medicaid program. Previously, the government has planned on scrapping
the entitlement off. The rationale for the law was to keep juvenile inmates under treatment, as
many of them are addicts of opioids. People should not know that the law is not after providing
juveniles with leeway to abuse substance, but a second chance to get unshackled from the opioid
This law was also intended to stop opioids circulation by bringing the FDA onboard to
screen the food substances that might contain the substance. The leading ro...

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