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DEA Kratom Ban Starts Tomorrow, Advocates Still Hopeful Agency Will Delay Decision

A Drug Enforcement Agency ban on the herbal supplement kratom will likely begin on Friday. Last month, the federal agency made a surprise announcement that the plant is to be reclassified as a Schedule I drug under the Controlled Substances Act. As soon as the ban on kratom goes into effect, purchase and possession of... Read more » DEA Kratom Ban Starts Tomorrow, Advocates Still Hopeful
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