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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

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Authority For Committees To Meet June 29, 2006
John McCain, R-AZ
"Mr. President, I ask unanimous consent that the committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs be authorized to meet during the session of the Senate on June 29, 2006, immediately following the first rollcall vote of the day’s session, to vote on the nomination of Mr. James S. Simpson, of New York, to be Federal Transit Administrator, Department of Transportation."
Authority For Committees To Meet June 28, 2006
Jim DeMint, R-SC
"Mr. President, I ask unanimous consent that the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs be authorized to meet during the session of the Senate on June 28, 2006, immediately following the first rollcall vote of the day’s session, to vote on the nomination of Mr. James S. Simpson, of New York, to be Federal Transit Administrator, Department of Transportation."
Authority For Committees To Meet February 26, 2002
Christopher Dodd, D-CT
"Panel I: Capt. William G. Schubert, Maritime Administrator, Department of Transportation; Bonni G. Tischler, Assistant Commissioner, Office of Fields Operations, Customs Service; and Rear Admiral Kenneth T. Venuto, Director of Operations Policy, Coast Guard."
Children’S Health Act Of 2000 September 27, 2000
Bill McCollum, R-FL
"Dear Mr. Chairman: The enclosed letter dated March 15, 2000, from Mr. Robert Raben, Assistant Attorney General, Office of Legislative Affairs, to Chairman Henry J. Hyde, House Judiciary Committee, contains the views of the Drug Enforcement Administration on provisions previously contained in 486, now included in HR 4365, “An Act to Amend the Public Health Act of 2000” as placed on the Senate calendar on September 25, 2000. We continue to support the objectives behind relaxing the restrictions governing practitioners who dispense replacement pharmacotherapies to make drug addiction treatment available in greater numbers. The March 15 letter did state concerns, however, regarding what is now Title XXXV which amends Section 303(g) of the Controlled Substances Act. Specifically, we are concerned about the (g)(2)(B)(II) subparagraph which this amendment adds. As we stated, these concerns would be resolved if the following language were added to the report accompanying the bill to clarify congressional intent regarding this section: “Nothing in this section is intended to affect either the long standing authority of the Attorney General to enforce the standard that a controlled substance is legally dispensed by a practitioner only when it is dispensed for a legitimate medical purpose by the practitioner acting in the usual course of his/her professional practice or the authority of the Secretary of Health and Human Services under 42 U.S.C. 257a, after consultation with the Attorney General, to determine appropriate methods of professional practice in the medical treatment of narcotic addiction. See, U.S. v. Moore, 423 U.S. 122 (1975). The standard applies to the dispensing of all controlled substances, including the dispensing in the course of maintenance or detoxification of an individual.” Thank you for the opportunity to reaffirm our views on the bill. Please do not hesitate to call if we may be of additional assistance. Sincerely, Donnie R. Marshall, Administrator. Department of Justice,"

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