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Kratom has The Senate’s Attention, and the DEA’s Schedule I Date may shift

“As the massive surge of support to keep kratom legal continues gaining momentum, the DEA appears to be shifting the final date to place the ancient plant’s alkaloids on the Schedule I Controlled Substances List. The original Federal Register listing was scheduled for September 30 at the earliest, but that date may change according to a DEA spokesperson. “

“Senator Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), the most senior Republican senator and chair of the Senate Finance Committee, has penned a “dear colleague letter” petitioning the DEA to postpone its plan to emergency Schedule I kratom’s alkaloids, Mitragynine and 7-Hydroxymitragynine, “to allow both for a public comment period and sufficient time for the DEA to outline its evidentiary standards to the Congress regarding the justification for this proposed action.”

From the Article (Forbes):
Kratom has the Senate’s attention, and the DEA’s Schedule I date may shift
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