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DEA Withdraws Kratom Ban, Opens Formal Comment Period

After public outcry and objections from members of Congress, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration has withdrawn its intent to classify two chemicals produced naturally by the kratom treeas Schedule I controlled substances. Instead, the DEA has opened a formal comment period for public and technical comments on their originally intended [...]
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