When Did LSD Become Illegal?

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LSD became illegal on October 6, 1966 in California. Other states followed suit and it is now illegal throughout the United States. Before it was declared illegal, LSD was tested b psychologists on more than 40,000 people.
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the discoverer of LSD Albert Hofmann became accidentally stoned on the stuff on Friday April the 16th 1943. one could safely assume that it was a prescription only drug since it inception
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LCD (liquid crystal display) is far from illegal. They are used in a large number of products. Did you mean LSD? Thank you.
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The psychedelic drug/entheogen LSD becomes illegal on October 6, 1966 in California and becomes nationwide in 1968 under Public Law 90-639.
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State laws vary, but the US federal government has considered it illegal since 1968. Source(s): http://www.erowid.org/chemicals/lsd/lsd_…
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LSD is a highly hallucinogenic drug. The first state to make LSD illegal was California, on October 6, 1966. Shortly after that the remaining states and many countries followed suit. On October 24, 1968, the possession of LSD was illegal in the United States.
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