Ecstasy Prevention Act of 2001 (Title VIII, H.R. 2215)
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The Ecstasy Prevention Act of 2001 (S. 1208) was introduced in the United States Senate on July 19, 2001, by Senator Bob Graham of Florida. An almost identical bill (H.R. 2582) with the same title, was introduced the following day in the House of Representatives by Representative John Mica (R-Fla).

An report by the Center for Cognitive Liberty & Ethics (CCLE) shows that this new bill, while giving lip-service to generating more scientific data about the health consequences of MDMA (Ecstasy), directs over 22 million dollars to increased law enforcement, media propaganda, the creation of a new MDMA drug test, and coerces communities to ban "rave" clubs. 

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