Hugo Grotius , the founder of a purely rationalistic system of natural law, argued that law arises from both a social impulse—as Aristotle had indicated—and reason.  Immanuel Kant believed a moral imperative requires laws "be chosen as though they should hold as universal laws of nature".  Jeremy Bentham and his student Austin, following David Hume , believed that this conflated the "is" and what "ought to be" problem. Bentham and Austin argued for law's positivism ; that real law is entirely separate from "morality".  Kant was also criticised by Friedrich Nietzsche , who rejected the principle of equality, and believed that law emanates from the will to power , and cannot be labelled as "moral" or "immoral".   
There are a few caveats here, however. It’s worth pointing out that this survey, although the largest of its kind, is self-reported and should be taken with a grain of salt. It’s possible people who admitted to taking magic mushrooms decided to not report their medical treatment. Also, the researchers point out that users of hallucinogenics are usually extra careful when they go about their business, so there may be something about being in the presence of trusted company, being in a familiar place, and having a watchful sitter that makes hospital visits more unlikely.
The deadline applies because that’s when budget reconciliation rules expire . You see, Republicans have a slight majority in both the House and Senate, but not enough votes to beat a filibuster. Under the budget reconciliation loophole, they can pass a law with only Republican votes if they can get more than 50 percent of each house on board, and if the bill can be phrased as a reshuffling of money rather than all-new policies. These goals are theoretically possible, although no ACA repeal bill has fulfilled them so far. After September 30, this option disappears and both houses need a 60 percent majority to pass any new health care bill.