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AlabamaYState Board of HealthAla.Code § 20-2-20
Ala. Code. § 20-2-1, et seq. (Act) Ala. Code §§ 20-2-20 to 2-32 (schedules; Schedule I last updated in March 2014 but other schedules are out of date) Ala. Admin. Code r. Ch. 420-7-2, App. (schedules; last updated February 2015)
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AlaskaNGovernor with advice from the Controlled Substance Advisory CommitteeAS § 11.71.120
AS § 17.30.20 et seq. (manufacture, distribution, prescription, dispensing) AS §11.71.010, et seq. (criminal offenses and schedules; Schedules IA and IIA last updated in June 2012; Schedules IIIA and IVA last updated in 2011; other schedules last updated in or prior to 2006)
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ArizonaNLegislature and State Board of Pharmacy
Not directly specified by statute, but A.R.S. § 36-2521 provides that the Board of Pharmacy “may promulgate necessary and reasonable rules relating to the registration and control of the manufacture, distribution and dispensing of controlled substances.”
A.R.S. § 36-2501, et seq. (Act) . /// A.R.S. §§ 36-2511 to 2516 (schedules; last updated July 2015)
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ArkansasYDirector of the Department of HealthA.C.A. § 5-64-201A.C.A § 5-64-101, et seq. (Act; schedules within are out-of-date) AR ADC 007.07.2 (schedules; last updated May 2015)
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CaliforniaNLegislature and State Board of Pharmacy
Not directly specified by statute, but Cal.Bus. & Prof.Code § 4011 provides that Board of Pharmacy “shall administer and enforce” the Uniform Controlled Substances Act.
Cal. Health & Safety §11000, et seq. (Act) Cal. Health & Safety §§ 11053-58 (schedules; Schedule II last updated January 2011; all other schedules last updated in or prior to 2009)
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ColoradoNBoard of Pharmacy and General AssemblyC.R.S.A. § 18-18-201
C.R.S.A. § 18-18-101, et seq. (Act) C.R.S.A. §§ 18-18-201 to 18-207 (schedules; Schedule III last updated July 2014; Schedule I last updated June 2012; all other schedules last updated in or prior to 2000
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ConnecticutNCommissioner of Consumer Protection with advice from the Commissioner of PharmacyC.G.S.A. § 21a-243
C.G.S.A. §§ 21a-240 to 315 (dependency producing drugs) C.G.S.A. §§ 21a-316 to 334 (controlled substance registration) Regs. Conn. State Agencies §§ 21a-243- 7 to 243-11 (schedules; Schedules I and II last updated September 2013; all other schedules updated in or prior to 2011)
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DelawareNSecretary of the Department of State16 Del.C. § 4711
16 Del.C. § 4701, et seq. (Act) 16 Del.C. §§ 4711-23 (schedules; Schedule I last updated January 2012; all other schedules last updated in or prior to 1999)
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FloridaN
Attorney General with medical and scientific evaluations from the Departments of Health and Law Enforcement, as well as recommendations as to the classification of the substance
F.S.A. §§ 893.035, 893.0355
F.S.A. § 893.01, et seq. (Act) F.S.A. § 893.03 (schedules; last updated May 2015)
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GeorgiaNState Board of Pharmacy
Ga. Code Ann. § 16-13-22
Ga. Code Ann. § 16-13-1, et seq. (Act) Ga. Code Ann. §§ 16-13-22 to 13-29.2 (schedules; Schedules I, III and IV last updated May 2015; Schedule V last updated March 2015; Schedule II last updated in 2010) Ga Comp. R. & Regs. § 480-34-.01, et seq. (location of some scheduling actions)
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HawaiiNLegislature with recommendations from the Department of Public Safety; Administrator of the narcotics enforcement division of the Dept. of Public Safety on emergency basisHRS § 329-11
HRS § 329-1, et seq. (Act) HRS §§ 329-11 to 23 (schedules; Schedules I, III and IV last updated July 2015; Schedule II last updated April 2013; Schedule V last updated in 2010)
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IdahoNBoard of PharmacyI.C. § 37-2702
I.C. § 37-2701, et seq. (Act) I.C. §§ 37-2702 to 2714 (schedules; Schedules III-IV last updated March 2015; Schedule I last updated July 2014; other schedules last updated in or prior to 2011)
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IllinoisNDepartment of Human Services720 ILCS § 570/201
720 ILCS § 570/100, et seq. (Act) 720 ILCS §§ 570/201-219 (schedules; changes to Schedule I to take effect in January 2016; all other schedules last updated January 2012) 77 Ill. Adm. Code T. 77, Ch. X(4), Subch. E, Part 2070, Subparts B-F (scheduled substances listed in individual regulations)
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IndianaY
General Assembly with recommendations from the Board of Pharmacy; Board may reclassify a substance by rule, and shall recommend the same reclassification to the General Assembly
IC §§ 35-48-2-1 & 35-48-2-14
IC § 35-48-1-2, et seq. (Act) IC §§ 35-48-2-1 to 2-14 (schedules; Schedules II-IV last updated April 2015; Schedules I and V last updated July 2013)
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IowaNGeneral Assembly with recommendations from the Board of PharmacyI.C.A. § 124.201
I.C.A. § 124.101, et seq. (Act) I.C.A. §§ 124.201-213 (schedules; Schedules I, III and IV last updated July 2014; other schedules last updated July 2012)
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KansasNLegislature, with recommendations from Board of Pharmacy; Board by rule on an emergency basisK.S.A. § 65-4102
K.S.A. § 65-4101, et seq. (Act) K.S.A. §§ 65-4105 to 4113 (schedules; Schedules I – IV last updated April 2015; Schedule V last updated in 2012) K.A.R. § 68-20-31 (substance added to Schedule I effective June 2015)
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KentuckyNCabinet for Health and Family ServicesKRS § 218A.020
KRS § 218A.005, et seq. (Act) KRS §§ 218A.030-130 (schedules; Schedule I last updated March 2015; all other schedules last updated in 2005) 902 Ky. Admin. Regs. 55:015 to 55:035 (additional substances added to controlled substance schedules; Schedule I last updated May 2013; all other schedules last updated in or prior to 2008)
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LouisianaNSecretary of the Department of Health and HospitalsLSA-R.S. § 40:962LSA-R.S. § 40:961, et seq. (Act) LSA-R.S. §§ 40:963-964 (schedules; last updated July 2015)
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MaineNLegislature // . Board of Pharmacy (with respect to Schedule Z drugs)
Not directly specified by statute, but 1975 Comment to 17-A M.R.S.A. § 1102 indicates that Legislature established categories. 17-A M.R.S.A. § 1102(4) provides that Schedule Z includes all non-prescription drugs (other than those in schedules W, X, or Y) “as the Maine Board of Pharmacy shall duly designate.”
17-A M.R.S.A. § 1101, et seq. (Act) 17-A M.R.S.A. § 1102 (schedules (W-Z) for purposes of defining crimes and determining penalties; last updated July 2015; all prescription drugs not listed in Schedules W-Y are in Schedule Z)
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MarylandNDepartment of Health and Mental Hygiene (“Department”)
MD Code, Criminal Law, § 5- 202
MD Code, Criminal Law, § 5-101, et seq. (Act) MD Code, Criminal Law, §§ 5-401 to 406 (schedules; Schedule I last updated October 2013; other schedules last updated in or prior to 2003; substances included in the federal schedules are automatically included in the respective Maryland schedule, unless objected to by the Department)
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MassachusettsNCommissioner of Public HealthM.G.L.A. 94C § 2
M.G.L.A. 94C § 1, et seq. (Act) M.G.L.A. 94C § 31 (classes of drugs, for purposes of establishing criminal penalties; last updated July 2014) 105 CMR 700.002 (schedules; Schedules I – V are the same as federal schedules; Schedule VI contains all prescription drugs not in any other schedule)
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MichiganNBoard of Pharmacy with recommendations from a scientific advisory commission
M.C.L.A.§§ 333.7201 & 333.7206
M.C.L.A. § 333.7101, et seq. (Act) M.C.L.A. §§ 333.7210-7231 (schedules; Schedules I-II last updated December 2013; Schedule IV last updated October 2010; other schedules last updated in or prior to 2000) Mich. Admin. Code R. 338.3111 to 338.3129 (schedules; subdivided by drug class)
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MinnesotaNBoard of PharmacyM.S.A. § 152.02
M.S.A. § 152.01, et seq. (Act) M.S.A. § 152.02 (schedules; last updated July 2015) Minnesota Rules, part 6800.4210 to 4250 (schedules; last updated March 2010)
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MississippiNLegislature with recommendations from the State Board of Health
Miss. Code Ann. § 41-29-111
Miss. Code Ann. § 41-29-101, et seq. (Act) Miss. Code Ann. §§ 41-29-113 to 29- 123 (schedules; Schedules I and IV last updated April 2014; Schedules III and V last updated July 2013; Schedule II last updated July 2011 )
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MissouriNDepartment of Health and Senior ServicesV.A.M.S. § 195.015
V.A.M.S. § 195.010, et seq. (Act) V.A.M.S. § 195.017 (schedules; last updated August 2011) 19 Mo. Code of State Regulations 30- 1.002 (schedules; last updated July 2003)
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MontanaNBoard of PharmacyMCA § 50-32-103
MCA § 50-32-101, et seq. (Act) MCA §§ 50-32-209 to 32-233 (schedules; last updated October 2013) Mont.Admin.R. 24.174.1420 to 24.174.1424 (schedules; last updated September 2015)
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NebraskaNLegislature
Not specified in statute
Neb.Rev.St. § 28-401, et seq. (Act) Neb.Rev.St. § 28-405 (schedules; last updated May 2015)
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NevadaNBoard of Pharmacy
N.R.S. §§ 453.166, 453.176, 453.186, 453.196, 453.206, 453.211
N.R.S. § 453.011, et seq. (Act) NAC §§ 453.510-550 (schedules; Schedule IV last updated August 2015; Schedule I last updated October 2013; other schedules last updated in or prior to 2011)
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New HampshireNCommissioner of the Department of Health and Human Services (“Department”)
N.H. Rev. Stat. § 318-B:1-a
N.H. Rev. Stat. § 318-B:1, et seq. (Act) N.H. Rev. Stat. § 318-B:1-c (placement of Flunitrazepam into Schedule I) N.H. Code Admin. R. He-C 501.05 (directs that schedules be posted on Department website; as of October 2015, website contains a link to federal schedules along with a note that Flunitrazepam is in Schedule I)
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New JerseyNDirector of the Division of Consumer Affairs in the Department of Law and Public SafetyN.J.S.A. § 24:21-3
N.J.S.A. § 24:21-1, et seq. (Act) N.J.S.A. §§ 24:21-4 to 21-8.1 (schedules; last updated January 2008) N.J.A.C. 13:45H–10.1 (schedules; last updated November 2012; regulation explicitly incorporates the federal schedules)
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New MexicoNBoard of Pharmacy
N. M. S. A. 1978, § 30-31-5
N. M. S. A. 1978, § 30-31-1, et seq. (Act) N. M. S. A. 1978, §§ 30-31-5 to 31-10 (schedules; schedule I last updated March 2011; other schedules last updated in or prior to 2007) N.M. Admin. Code 16.19.20 (schedules; Schedules I-III last updated June 2014; Schedule IV last updated September 2014; Schedule V last updated in 2010)
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New YorkNLegislature and Commissioner of the Department of Health
Public Health Law § 3308
Public Health Law § 3300, et seq. (Act) Public Health Law § 3306 (schedules; last updated October 2015)
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North CarolinaNCommission for Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse ServicesN.C.G.S.A. § 90-88
N.C.G.S.A. § 90-86, et seq. (Act) N.C.G.S.A. §§ 90-89 to 94 (schedules; changes to Schedules I and VI take effect in December 2015; Schedules II and III last updated June 2011; other schedules last updated in or prior to 2001) 10A NCAC 26F.0102 to 26F.0107 (additions to schedules)
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North DakotaNBoard of PharmacyNDCC, § 19-03.1-02
NDCC, § 19-03.1-01, et seq. (Act) NDCC, §§ 19-03.1-04 to 03.1-14 (schedules; Schedules I, III and IV last updated March 2015; other schedules last updated in or prior to 2013) NDAC 61-13-01-03 (additions to Schedule I; last updated December 2012)
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OhioNBoard of PharmacyR.C. § 3719.44
R.C. § 3719.01, et seq. (Act) R.C. § 3719.41 (schedules; last updated July 2014; schedules explicitly incorporate federal schedules) OAC 4729-11-02 to 4729-11-03 (additions to schedules; last updated October 2014)
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OklahomaNLegislature with recommendations from Board of Pharmacy; Board of Pharmacy may classify new products after notice/hearing.
63 Okl.St.Ann. § 2-201
63 Okl.St.Ann. § 2-101, et seq. (Act) 63 Okl.St.Ann. §§ 2-202 to 2-212 (schedules; Schedules I, III and IV last updated August 2015; other schedules last updated in or prior to 2014)
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OregonNBoard of PharmacyO.R.S. § 475.035
O.R.S. § 475.005, et seq. (Act) OAR §§ 855-080-0020 to 28 (Schedule I last updated June 2014; Schedule II last updated January 2015; regulation expressly incorporates the federal schedules)
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PennsylvaniaNSecretary of Health35 P.S. § 780-103
35 P.S. § 780-101, et seq. (Act) 35 P.S. § 780-104 (schedules; last updated July 2013) 28 Pa. Code §§ 25.72, 25.75 (schedules; last updated July 2015) Despite both sets of schedules being updated recently, there are inconsistencies between the schedules in the treatment of some substances.
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Rhode IslandYDirector of Health
Gen.Laws 1956, § 21-28-2.01
Gen.Laws 1956, § 21-28-1.01, et seq. (Act) Gen.Laws 1956, §§ 21-28-2.02 to 2.10 (schedules; last updated June 2014)
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South CarolinaNGeneral Assembly with recommendations from the Department of Health and Environmental Control; Department of Health when General Assembly not in session
Code 1976 § 44-53-160
Code 1976 § 44-53-110, et seq. (narcotics and controlled substances) Code 1976 § 44-53-610, et seq. (controlled substances therapeutic research) Code 1976 §§ 44-53-170 to 270 (schedules; Schedule I last updated in April 2012; other schedules last updated in or prior to 2000)
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South DakotaNSDCL § 34-20B-27SDCL § 34-20B-27SDCL § 34-20B-1, et seq. (Act) SDCL §§ 34-20B-10 to 26 (schedules; last updated February 2015)
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TennesseeNCommissioner of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services with agreement of the Commissioner of HealthT. C. A. § 39-17-403
T. C. A. § 39-17-401, et seq. (Act) T. C. A. §§ 39-17-405 to 416 (schedules; Schedules I – V last updated July 2015; Schedules VI-VII last updated July 2014) Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 0940-06-01-.01 to 0940-06-01-.07 (schedules; last updated May 2015)
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TexasNCommissioner of Public Health with approval of the Board of Health
V.T.C.A., Health & Safety Code § 481.034
V.T.C.A., Health & Safety Code § 481.001, et seq. (Act) V.T.C.A., Health & Safety Code § 481.032 (schedules; last updated April 2015) V.T.C.A., Health & Safety Code §§ 481.102 to 481.106 (penalty groups; Groups 1-A, 2 and 2-A last updated September 2015; Group 3 last updated in September 2013; other Groups updated in or prior to 2011)
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UtahNLegislature
Not specified in statute
U.C.A. 1953 § 58-37-1, et seq. (Act) U.C.A. 1953 §§ 58-37-4 to 37-4.2 (schedules; last updated May 2015)
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VermontYBoard of Health; emergency rules may be adopted without notice by the Commissioner of Health18 V.S.A. § 420218 V.S.A. § 4201, et seq. (regulated drugs) Vt. Admin. Code § 12-5-23:I to VIII (list of regulated drugs; latest changes take effect January 2016)
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VirginiaNBoard of Pharmacy
VA Code Ann. § 54.1-3443
VA Code Ann. § 54.1-3400, et seq. (Act) VA Code Ann. §§ 54.1-3445 to 3456 (schedules; Schedules I, III and IV last updated July 2015; other schedules last updated in or prior to 2012)
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WashingtonNPharmacy Quality Assurance Commission
RCWA § 69.50.201 RCWA § 18.64.001 (makeup of commission)
RCWA 69.50.101, et seq. (Act) RCWA §§ 69.50.203-213 (schedules; Schedule I last updated July 2015; Schedules III and IV last updated July 2013; other schedules last updated in 2010) WAC 246-887-100 to 246-887-190 (schedules and additions to schedules; not updated as recently as statutory schedules)
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West VirginiaNLegislature with recommendations from the Board of Pharmacy; Board may schedule on an emergency basis between regular legislative sessions
W. Va. Code, § 60A-2-201
W. Va. Code, § 60A-1-101, et seq. (Act) W. Va. Code, §§ 60A-2-203 to 2-213 (schedules; Schedules I and III last updated June 2015; other schedules last updated June 2014)
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WisconsinYControlled Substances BoardW.S.A. § 961.11
W.S.A. § 961.001, et seq. (Act) W.S.A. § 961.12-23 (schedules; Schedule II last updated in April 2015; other schedules last updated in 2014) Wis. Adm. Code s CSB 2.01 to 2.39 (additions to schedules and rescheduling of substances; last change effective April 2015)
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WyomingNAttorney General as Commissioner of Drugs and Substances Control with advice from advisory board on drugs and substances control
W.S.1977 §§ 35-7-1003, 35-7- 1005, & 35-7-1011
W.S.1977 § 35-7-1001, et seq. (Act) W.S.1977 § 35-7-1011 to 7-1022 (schedules; Schedule I last updated March 2015; other schedules last updated July 2011)
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