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Louisiana House Bill 20

Discussion in 'News' started by GnomeToys, Mar 17, 2005.

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    Louisiana House Bill 20

    Discussion started by GnomeToys - Mar 17, 2005

    http://www.legis.state.la.us/billdata/byin...B20&doctype=ALL

    Basically the wonderful people in charge of the "war on drugs" want a full ban of the growth of all of these plants. Most are not abused or abusable, and some are so prevalent in the wild that its amazing the person who came up with this crap had the brain cells to invent this list. The ones that were actually useful hallucinogens are for the most part already illegal by federal law anyway, so I'm failing to see the point of this, other than maybe government officials attempting to look busy. I can just see some poor sucker with some jimson weed growing somewhere on his lot getting hauled off to jail for manufacture of dangerous hallucinogenics.

    Note for those unfamiliar with botanical terms, those spp. mean that the entire genus of plant would be regulated.

    Don't they have anything better to do?



    Amanita muscaria
    Anadenanthera colubrina
    Anadenanthera peregrina
    Atropa belladonna
    Banisteriopsis spp.
    Brugmansia arborea
    Brunfelsia spp.
    Calea zacatechichi
    Conocybe spp.
    Datura spp.
    Erythina spp.
    Genista canariensis
    Heimia salicfolia
    Hyoscyamus niger
    Ipomoea violacea
    Kaempferia galanga
    Lagoehilus inebrians
    Latua pubiflora
    Mandragora officinarum
    Mesembryanthemum spp.
    Methysticodendron amesianum
    Mimosa hostilis
    Olmedioperebea sclerophylla
    Panaeolus spp.
    Pancreatium trianthum
    Peganum harmala
    Physalis subglabrata
    Prestonia amazonica
    Psilocybe spp.
    Rhynchosia spp.
    Rivea corymbosa
    Salvia divinorum
    Solanum carolinense
    Sophora secundiflora
    Stropharia spp.
    Tabernanthe iboga
    Tetrapteris methystica
    Vinca rosea
    Virola spp.
     
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