When did cocaine become illegal and what schedule is cocaine currently?
The Harrison Narcotics Act of 1914 outlawed the sale of coca products, previously found in Coca-Cola and other home remedies. After this, the Narcotic Drugs Import and Export Act of 1922 forbade the importation of cocaine and cocaine-containing products. With the passage of this law,
cocaine was essentially prohibited in the US for any non-medical uses. Currently in the United States, cocaine is a Schedule II drug.