Question: What is a controlled substance under Wisconsin law?

Answer: A controlled substance under Wisconsin law is set by the Uniform Controlled Substances Act. That lays out the various substances that count as controlled under Wisconsin law, and it ranges from, they lay it out in schedules. So Schedule 1 is for those drugs that are considered to be most problematic, that create addiction and other issues and do not have legitimate medical uses, all the way down through the schedule to Schedule 5, which is generally easily obtained prescription medication that doesn’t have any substance abuse issues. So, that is all laid out very specifically in Wisconsin law and the statutes.

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