Congressional Testimony, Reports, and Submissions
- Report to Congress - Federal Cocaine Sentencing Policy. This is the Commission's fourth report to Congress on the subject of federal cocaine sentencing policy. The report updates much of the data and information contained in previous Commission reports and provides recommendations to Congress for modifications to the statutory penalty structure for federal cocaine offenses. (May 2007)
- Report to Congress - Cocaine and Federal Sentencing Policy (May 2002)
- Report to Congress: MDMA Drug Offenses, Explanation of Recent Guideline Amendments - May 2001. This report was submitted to Congress pursuant to section 3663(e) of the Ecstasy Anti-Proliferation Act of 2000, Pub. L. No. 106-310.
- Special Report to Congress: Cocaine and Federal Sentencing Policy- April 29, 1997. This report contains the Commission's recommendations on federal sentencing policy for cocaine offenses. Appended to this report is Vice Chairman Michael Gelacak's Concurring Opinion.
- Special Report to Congress: Cocaine and Federal Sentencing Policy (February 1995). This report responds to a congressional directive that the Commission examine federal sentencing policy as it relates to powder and crack cocaine. The report examines pharmacology, methods of use, societal impacts, cocaine distribution and marketing, cocaine's relationship to violent crime, the legislative history of cocaine penalties, and constitutional challenges; and data related to federal drug offenses.