To amend the Controlled Substances Act to clarify the definition of anabolic steroids and to provide for research and education activities relating to steroids and steroid precursorsand related topics that are a part of the field of human drug abuse, including studies of the effects of testosterone and other testosterone-like precursors on human reproduction, and those of oestrogen, inhibin B, and other oestrogen-like precursors on human reproduction.WHEREAS, the effects of oestrogens and other oestrogen-like precursors on human reproduction are well documented, in addition to their effects on humans and the animal world; andWHEREAS, there is growing interest in this area, as evidenced by the continued development, testing, and use of steroids by human athletes, as well as other sportspeople, professional sportsmen, and athletes of noncompetitive sports such as chess and surfing; andWHEREAS, there is good and growing scientific evidence of the adverse effects of anabolic steroids on human reproduction, including studies in which they have been implicated in the development of conditions that include heart failure, infertility, and the disruption of normal sexual development, including congenital adrenal hyperplasia of males; andWHEREAS, the effects of anabolic steroids on human reproduction have been associated with the development of conditions such as heart failure, infertility, and the disruption of normal sexual development, including conditions in which male children exhibit normal reproductive organs, and in which the incidence of heart problems occurs; andWHEREAS, there are a number of studies regarding the adverse effects on human reproduction associated with taking anabolic steroids, and of testing, the effects on human fertility, and of the safety of the drugs, with an estimated 1 in 3 male individuals taking anabolic steroids for medical reasons; andWHEREAS, human reproduction is a complex phenomenon characterized by a complex array of genetic, epigenetic, and environmental factors affecting it; andWHEREAS, for the most part, reproductive function is controlled by the sex steroid(s) in the body, and the effects of anabolic steroids on reproductive function have resulted in numerous reports; andWHEREAS, anabolic androgenic steroids are not listed on the current list of controlled substances under the Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act, 21 U.S.C. 802;NOW, THEREFORE, the General Assembly of Maryland calls for the repeal of the Controlled Substances Act, which the General Assembly believes has no place in a modern society, anabolic steroids make you sweat.Be it resolved by the General Assembly of Maryland that the General Assembly hereby declares its intention to repeal the Controlled Substances Act.
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