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Friday, April 16, 2021

A Dissent from the Many Dissents from Attorney General Ashcroft’s Interpretation of the Controlled Substances Act

Marc Spindelman (Ohio State University), A Dissent from the Many Dissents from Attorney General Ashcroft’s Interpretation of the Controlled Substances Act, 19 Issues in L. & Med. (2003):

In this essay, Professor Marc Spindelman examines the states’ rights arguments that have been deployed in the Oregon v. Ashcroft litigation to challenge Attorney General John Ashcroft’s interpretation of the federal Controlled Substances Act. Professor Spindelman criticizes those arguments as reflecting bad politics—politics of complicity—that self-styled liberals should resistand reject.

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