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DEA Reverses Decision to Temporarily Make Kratom a Schedule I Drug

The Drug Enforcement Administration said this week it will reverse its decision to temporarily make kratom a Schedule I drug, NPR reports. The reversal comes in the wake of protests by advocates, scientists and kratom vendors. The post DEA Reverses Decision to Temporarily Make Kratom a Schedule I Drug appeared first on Partnership for Drug-Free Kids.
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