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House File 165

HOUSE FILE BY EICHHORN Passed House, Date Passed Senate, Date Vote: Ayes Nays Vote: Ayes Nays Approved A BILL FOR 1 An Act relating to possessing a product or receiving a precursor 2 substance to be used in the unlawful manufacture of a 3 controlled substance. 4 BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF IOWA: 5 TLSB 1916YH 80 6 jm/sh/8 PAG LIN 1 1 Section 1. Section 124.401, subsection 4, unnumbered 1 2 paragraph 1, Code 2003, is amended to read as follows: 1 3 A person who possesses any product containing any of the 1 4 following commits a class "D" felony, if the person possesses 1 5 with the intent to use the product that the product be used to 1 6 manufacture any controlled substance: 1 7 Sec. 2. Section 124B.9, subsection 2, Code 2003, is 1 8 amended to read as follows: 1 9 2. A person who receives a precursor substance with the 1 10 intent to use the that the substance be used unlawfully to 1 11 manufacture a controlled substance commits a class "C" felony. 1 12 EXPLANATION 1 13 This bill relates to possessing a product or receiving a 1 14 precursor substance to be used in the unlawful manufacture of 1 15 a controlled substance. 1 16 The bill changes the definition of the criminal offense of 1 17 possessing a product for use in the unlawful manufacture of a 1 18 controlled substance. The bill provides that it is unlawful 1 19 for a person to possess any product listed in Code section 1 20 124.401(4) with the intent the product be used to unlawfully 1 21 manufacture a controlled substance. Current law provides that 1 22 it is unlawful to possess any product listed in Code section 1 23 124.401(4) with the intent to use the product to unlawfully 1 24 manufacture a controlled substance. A person who unlawfully 1 25 possesses such product commits a class "D" felony. 1 26 The bill changes the definition of the criminal offense of 1 27 receiving a precursor substance with the intent to unlawfully 1 28 manufacture a controlled substance. The bill provides that it 1 29 is unlawful for a person to receive a precursor substance 1 30 listed in Code section 124B.2 with the intent the substance be 1 31 used to unlawfully manufacture a controlled substance. 1 32 Current law provides that it is unlawful to receive a 1 33 precursor substance with the intent to use the substance 1 34 unlawfully to manufacture a controlled substance. A person 1 35 who unlawfully receives a precursor substance commits a class 2 1 "C" felony. 2 2 LSB 1916YH 80 2 3 jm/sh/8
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