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Final Draft Catrina Russaw Barbara Williams Kathleen Wise Team D Touby v. United States 500 U.S. 160, 114L. Ed. 2d 219 (1991) Facts: Petitioners, Daniel and Lryissa Touby did manufacture and conspired to manufacture, "Euphoria", a controlled substance as schedule I designates under the Controlled Substance Act 201(h). The DEA invoked formal rule making procedures after temporarily adding 4- methylaminorex,or otherwise known as "Euphoria" to schedule I controlled substance and was later added permanently to schedule I Petitioners also move to dismiss the case due to unconstitutional delegation and sub delegation of legislative power. The United States Constitution provides that congress may delegate its legislative powers within one branch of government by invoking an intelligible principle that the authorized body within that branch of government must conform. Issue: Does §201(h) unconstitutionally delegate legislative power to the Attorney General?
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