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Is Molly illegal?
Yes and no. Molly is legal in New York state and under federal law. But a user can be charged with possession of an imitation controlled substance. A user can also be charged under the Federal Analog Act, which makes illegal any drug that is an analog, or derivative, of a controlled substance. Learn more about Molly legality in Onondaga County.
How do local officials define Molly?
Molly is a mixture of plant fertilizer out of China, New Zealand or Australia, and other types of synthetic drugs that appear to give the same high as ecstasy or MDMA. Learn more about how Onondaga County’s District Attorney’s office defines Molly.
Why is it called Molly?
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