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Minutes of proceedings and evidence, Special Committee on Non-Medical Use of Drugs =
Canada. Parliament. House of Commons. Special Committee on Non-Medical Use of Drugs.
by House of Commons of Canada = Chambre des communes du Canada in Ottawa, Ont
Written in English
|Other titles||Minutes of proceedings, Special Committee on the Non-Medical Use of Drugs (Bill C-38)., Procès-verbal, Comité spécial sur la consommation non médicale de drogues ou médicaments (Projet de loi C-38).|
|Contributions||Canada. Parlement. Chambre des communes. Comité spécial sur la consommation non médicale de drogues ou médicaments.|
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That a special committee of the House be appointed to consider the factors underlying or relating to the non-medical use of drugs in Canada and make recommendations with respect to the ways or means by which the government can act, alone or in its relations with governments at other levels, in the reduction of the dimensions of the problem. Statistics (BLS) reported that overdose deaths at work from non-medical use of drugs or alcohol increased by at least 25% annually between and Workplace overdose deaths reported in accounted for % of occupational injury deaths that year, compared to % in
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Special Senate Committee on Illegal Drugs. Special Senate Committee on Illegal Drugs - - -. However, a special committee created to examine a bill ceases to exist when it presents its report on the bill, with or without amendment. See, for example, the Second Report of the Special Committee on the Non-Medical Use of Drugs, presented to the House on November 6, (Journals, p.
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the non-medical use of depressant and stimulant drugs, as well as drugs with an “hallucinogenic effect,” not including marijuana.
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The gentleman from Maryland (Mr. Hoyer) and the gentleman from Oregon (Mr. Walden) each have 30 minutes remaining. The Chair recognizes the gentleman from Maryland. HOYER. Inquiry, The Non-Medical Use of Drugs (Penguin ed ), pp (hereinafter referred to as “Canadian Commission Report”).[fn12] The Illinois Supreme Court in People v McCabe, supra ppoint out that knowledge concerning marijuana has been developing rapidly in the last decade.
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