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January 2019
The 2019 National Drug Control Strategy from the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) that establishes the national initiatives and priorities to combat illicit drug use and treat people suffering from substance use disorders.
January 2019
Map of interjurisdictional sharing of prescription drug monitoring program (PDMP/PMP) data. State/Local Jurisdictions Legally Authorized to Share Their PMP Data with Other State/Local Jurisdictions or Users Located in other State/Local Jurisdictions (47 States, D.C. and St. Louis County, Missouri)
January 2019
Map of frequency of data reporting authorized by bill/statute/rule/ordinance (exceptions for veterinarians or others may apply; effective dates may vary). Preparation for implementation may result in a time difference between the enactment or effective date and the date of implementation of the reporting frequency.
January 2019
Map of the prescriber PDMP/PMP mandatory use laws by state
December 2018
Infographic depicting how NAMSDL’s model warm hand‐off act complements and strengthens the “SUPPORT for Patients and Communities Act” (Pub. L. 115‐271).
September 2018
A model law that requires use of the most effective practices to transfer stabilized overdose survivors directly and immediately to clinically appropriate treatment and recovery support services.
September 2018
A model law that creates a means by which a yet-to-be-scheduled controlled substance analogue can be treated as a controlled substance even before the temporary scheduling period begins
September 2018
A model law that provides a better way to counter the problem caused by ever-changing NPS structure by instituting a streamlined method in which the state’s controlled substance scheduling authority can quickly schedule a controlled substance for a temporary period of at least 18 months.
September 2018
A model law that sets out language that can be used to schedule NPS in such a way that should help limit the ability of chemists to simply alter a substance by one or two molecules and create a new substance that is not covered by the existing law.
September 2018
A model law to reduce opioid overdose deaths that makes naloxone universally available to first responders and the general public. The act also ensures comprehensive financial support for naloxone.


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