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  • #46
    She can take the fast road to a cure and just use the gun.




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    • #47
      Originally posted by Dep D View Post
      I think the Sheriff's need to make sure any other person who has a prescription for valium, percocet or any other narcotic have their CCW's recinded immediatley.
      That would be a lot of law enforcement...
      "Prohibition will work great injury to the cause of temperance. It is a species of intemperance within itself, for it goes beyond the bounds of reason in that it attempts to control a man's appetite by legislation, and makes a crime out of things that are not crimes. A Prohibition law strikes a blow at the very principles upon which our government was founded."
      Abraham Lincoln (1809-65), U.S. President.
      Speech, 18 Dec. 1840, to Illinois House of Representatives

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      • #48
        Originally posted by Monty Ealerman View Post
        Some drugs that are abusable are incorrectly called narcotics.

        At least 1 drug (dronabinol) containing the same primary active component as cannabis is federally prescribable.

        The Feds aren't especially consistent regarding Schedule emplacement. Bayer Heroin® (diacetylmorphine) is a Schudule I narcotic, while fentanyl (e.g. Sublimaze®) is about 100 times as strong an opioid receptor agonist as morphine is, and is Schedule II. Cocaine and methamphetamine are Schedule II, and are also highly abusable, and they are stimulants, not narcotics.

        Drugs which are not narcotics should not be called narcotics, even if, like narcotics, they are abusable, because they are in fact not narcotics.

        It is the state that is issuing the CCW, not the Feds, so the overreaching of the Feds regarding what durgs a physician may dispense, prescribe, or recommend, without involvement of interstate commerce, is not the primary concern.

        If one drug is a CCW disqualifier because of its inherent pharmacodynamic characteristics, so should another drug with similar active components be, regardless of whether one is federally prescribable and the other isn't.
        As a paramedic, you are spot on with your information, except for the fact that valium IS a narcotic. Otherwise solid info brother!
        "All that is required for evil to prevail is for good men to do nothing."

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        • #49
          Can we just use common sense. The answer is HELL NO.

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