7 CFR 718.6 - Controlled substance.

§ 718.6 Controlled substance.
(a) The following terms apply to this section:
(1) USDA benefit means the issuance of any grant, contract, loan, or payment by appropriated funds of the United States.
(2) Person means an individual.
(b) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, any person convicted under Federal or State law of:
(1) Planting, cultivating, growing, producing, harvesting, or storing a controlled substance in any crop year is ineligible during the crop year of conviction and the four succeeding crop years, for any of the following USDA benefits:
(i) Any payments or benefits under the Direct and Counter Cyclical Program (DCP) in accordance with part 1412 of this title;
(ii) Any payments or benefits for losses to trees, crops, or livestock covered under disaster programs administered by FSA;
(iii) Any price support loan available in accordance with part 1421 of this title;
(iv) Any price support or payment made under the Commodity Credit Corporation Charter Act;
(v) A farm storage facility loan made under section 4(h) of the Commodity Credit Corporation Charter Act or any other Act;
(vi) Crop Insurance under the Federal Crop Insurance Act;
(vii) A loan made or guaranteed under the Consolidated Farm and Rural Development Act or any other law administered by FSA's Farm Loan Programs.
(2) Possession or trafficking of a controlled substance, is ineligible for any or all USDA benefits:
(i) At the discretion of the court,
(ii) To the extent and for a period of time the court determines.
(c) If a person denied benefits under this section is a shareholder, beneficiary, or member of an entity or joint operation, benefits for which the entity or joint operation is eligible will be reduced, for the appropriate period, by a percentage equal to the total interest of the shareholder, beneficiary, or member.
[72 FR 63284, Nov. 8, 2007]

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