ASCA

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ASCAAmerican School Counselor Association
ASCAAustralian Shepherd Club of America
ASCAArab Society of Certified Accountants
ASCAAdministrative Simplification Compliance Act (US DHHS)
ASCAAmerican Swimming Coaches Association
ASCAAmerican Society of Consulting Arborists
ASCAAll Students Can Achieve
ASCAAsian Crystallographic Association (International Union of Crystallography)
ASCAAssociation of State Correctional Administrators
ASCAAdult Survivors of Child Abuse
ASCAAnabolic Steroid Control Act
ASCAAnti Saccharomyces Cerevisiae Antibody
ASCAAmerican Safe Climbing Association
ASCAAccumulating Savings and Credit Association
ASCAANOVA-Simultaneous Component Analysis
ASCAAddiction Support and Care Agency (UK)
ASCAArchitectural Spray Coaters Association
ASCAAdvanced Satellite for Cosmology & Astrophysics
ASCAAirplane Stability and Control Analyzer (Whirlwind)
ASCAArtillery Systems Cooperation Activities
ASCAAustralian Specialist Cheesemakers' Association (Australia)
ASCAAdvanced Spacecraft for Cosmology Astrophysics
ASCAAssociation for Scientific Cooperation in Asia (Australia)
ASCAAssociate of the Institute of Company Accountants
ASCAAir Support Coordination Agency
ASCAAdvanced Stellar Compass Assembly
ASCAAlberta Sporting Clay Association
ASCAApplications Systems Control and Auditability
ASCAAmerican Shepherd Club of America
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If passed, the Designer Anabolic Steroid Control Act would place 27 known designer anabolic steroids on the list of controlled substances.
The Anabolic Steroid Control Act of 1990 banned the illicit distribution of all then known steroids.
Hatch took the position that the Dietary Supplement Health & Education Act (DSHEA) of 1994 and the Anabolic Steroid Control Act of 2004 provide FDA and DEA with sufficient authority to bring strong enforcement actions, including criminal charges, against companies that ignore current laws when they sell products that contain illegal or undeclared steroids.
The Anabolic Steroid Control Act of 1990 categorized steroids as a Schedule III drug - putting it in the same restricted class as various narcotics, depressants, and stimulants.
October 8th marked the passage of the Anabolic Steroid Control Act of 2004 (S.
The Anabolic Steroid Control Act of 2004 will now move to the House floor for final passage.