Summarize the Controlled Substance Act of 1970?
This act repealed almost 50 other laws written since 1914 that relate to the control of drugs. The new composite law was designed to improce the administration and regulation of manufacturing, distributing, and dispensing of drugs that have been found necessary to be controlled. The drug enforcement Administration (DEA) was organized to enforce the Act. The basic structure of the Act consists of five claddifications or schedules of controlled substances.