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I. United States Law

1. Marijuana Tax Act of 1937

2. 1970 Controlled Substance Act
Title 21 Food and Drugs
Chapter 13. Drug Abuse Prevention and Control
Subchapter I. Control and Enforcement
Section 802(16) Marijuana

Title 21 Food and Drugs
Chapter 13. Drug Abuse Prevention and Control
Subchapter I. Control and Enforcement
Section 841 Offenses and Penalties
Section 841(a)(b)(1)(A)(vii)
Section 841(a)(b)(1)(D)

II. Department of Justice


1. October 19, 2009—Deputy Attorney General David Ogden

2. June 29, 2011—Deputy Attorney General James Cole

3. August 29, 2013—Deputy Attorney General James Cole

4. February 14, 2014—Deputy Attorney General James Cole

5. January 4, 2018—Attorney General Jeff Sessions

DOJ—DEA (Diversion Control Division)

1. January 13, 2017—Final Rule

2. Clarification of the Final Rule for Marijuana Extract

3. May 22, 2018 - DEA Internal Directive Regarding the Presence of Cannabinoids in Products and Materials Made From the Cannabis Plant

III. Industrial Hemp

1. 2014 Farm Bill Sec. 7606

Codified 7 U.S.C. 5904

IV. World Health Organization

1. Cannabidiol (CBD) Pre-Review Report—November 2017

V. Texas Law

1. Texas Controlled Substances Act (TCSA) Chapter 481

2. TCSA Chapter 481.120 Offense: Delivery of Marijuana

3. TCSA Chapter 481.121 Offense: Possession of Marijuana

4. TCSA Chapter 481.122 Offense: Delivery of Marijuana to a Child Underage

VI. Texas Compassionate Use

1. Title 37 Public Safety and Corrections
Chapter 12 Compassionate Use/Low-THC Cannabis Program

2. Occupations Code
Title 3 Health Professions
Chapter 169 Authority to Prescribe Low-THC Cannabis to Certain Patients for Compassionate Use



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