The federal government in late January filed a notice of intent to use its emergency scheduling powers and place ten additional cathinones into schedule I of the Controlled Substances Act for the next two years, in which time they can (and will) make their case for permanent scheduling. As of the end of February, these compounds have virtually vanished, as they are now illegal to possess for any purpose.
Prior to now, as of October 2011, there had been 3 substituted cathinones included in schedule I:
Included in the new notice of intent:
Federal Register Filing: Notice of Intent
Federal Register Filing: Final Order - March 7th 2014
10 more cathinones are being placed into Schedule I (via Dose Makes Poison)
|Substituted Cathinones included in Emergency Ban|
|Substituted Pyrovalerones included in Emergency Ban|