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Center for Regulatory Effectiveness Investigating Pending DEA Kratom Ban

 
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Many have become resigned, feeling helpless and hopeless when it comes to keeping kratom legal. But there is reason for hope! In fact, a recent letter issued by the Center for Regulatory Effectiveness (CRE) offers several rays of hope. There are also a few additional developments that offer further reason to believe in the possibility that kratom could remain legal beyond September 30, 2016. In fact, the CRE is calling upon the DEA to take several actions, including delaying the Schedule I classification of kratom until July 1, 2017.

The CRE has sent a letter to acting DEA administrator Charles P. Rosenberg, informing him that “when 100,000 members of the public express outrage with a regulatory decision, it deserves a second look. Consequently, CRE, in its role as a nationally-recognized regulatory watchdog, is going to investigate this matter.”

The CRE has reportedly received hundreds of letters, written by kratom advocates just like you who took the time to share your experiences with kratom. And your voice has been heard!

The CRE is now calling for The Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) parent agency, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), to take action. This agency has the ability to intervene with regulatory agencies such as the DEA. The CRE cited “a sharp disagreement among a number of federal agencies” as grounds for the proposed intervention. The CRE wrote, “If there were ever a time for an OMB intervention, this is it.”

Read more here: [link to www.buykratom.us]
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Link to the CRE's letter: [link to www.thecre.com]
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09/13/2016 02:59 PM

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Petition to not classify Kratom as schedule I. Over 121,000 so far!

[link to petitions.whitehouse.gov (secure)]
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09/13/2016 03:04 PM
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This certainly is excellent news.

While I don't use kratom, I certainly support anyone's right to use it as they please.
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09/13/2016 03:22 PM

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A lot of good information in this letter.

DEA’s Action on Kratom Violates the US-Canada Regulatory Cooperation Council (RCC)
Agreement.

DEA is unilaterally outlawing the possession of kratom at the same time that Health Canada, a
regulatory agency with which the US coordinates closely, lists kratom as a permitted Natural Health
Product (NHP). DEA’s action is particularly problematic since earlier this year the FDA recognized
Canada as having a comparable food safety system to the US. DEA’s unilateral actions to declare
illegal a botanical that is recognized by Health Canada as a Natural Health Product threatens the FDA’s regulatory recognition of Canada and with it the basis of US and Canadian regulatory cooperation.

[link to www.thecre.com]
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Many have become resigned, feeling helpless and hopeless when it comes to keeping kratom legal. But there is reason for hope! In fact, a recent letter issued by the Center for Regulatory Effectiveness (CRE) offers several rays of hope. There are also a few additional developments that offer further reason to believe in the possibility that kratom could remain legal beyond September 30, 2016. In fact, the CRE is calling upon the DEA to take several actions, including delaying the Schedule I classification of kratom until July 1, 2017.

The CRE has sent a letter to acting DEA administrator Charles P. Rosenberg, informing him that “when 100,000 members of the public express outrage with a regulatory decision, it deserves a second look. Consequently, CRE, in its role as a nationally-recognized regulatory watchdog, is going to investigate this matter.”

The CRE has reportedly received hundreds of letters, written by kratom advocates just like you who took the time to share your experiences with kratom. And your voice has been heard!

The CRE is now calling for The Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) parent agency, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), to take action. This agency has the ability to intervene with regulatory agencies such as the DEA. The CRE cited “a sharp disagreement among a number of federal agencies” as grounds for the proposed intervention. The CRE wrote, “If there were ever a time for an OMB intervention, this is it.”

Read more here: [link to www.buykratom.us]
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That is a spectacular letter. This has given me some hope.
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09/13/2016 07:41 PM
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dear CRE,

can you put in a good word for 5meodmt and other useful tools for the brain?

thank you.
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Many have become resigned, feeling helpless and hopeless when it comes to keeping kratom legal. But there is reason for hope! In fact, a recent letter issued by the Center for Regulatory Effectiveness (CRE) offers several rays of hope. There are also a few additional developments that offer further reason to believe in the possibility that kratom could remain legal beyond September 30, 2016. In fact, the CRE is calling upon the DEA to take several actions, including delaying the Schedule I classification of kratom until July 1, 2017.

The CRE has sent a letter to acting DEA administrator Charles P. Rosenberg, informing him that “when 100,000 members of the public express outrage with a regulatory decision, it deserves a second look. Consequently, CRE, in its role as a nationally-recognized regulatory watchdog, is going to investigate this matter.”

The CRE has reportedly received hundreds of letters, written by kratom advocates just like you who took the time to share your experiences with kratom. And your voice has been heard!

The CRE is now calling for The Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) parent agency, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), to take action. This agency has the ability to intervene with regulatory agencies such as the DEA. The CRE cited “a sharp disagreement among a number of federal agencies” as grounds for the proposed intervention. The CRE wrote, “If there were ever a time for an OMB intervention, this is it.”

Read more here: [link to www.buykratom.us]
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That is a spectacular letter. This has given me some hope.
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Same here! rose
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09/13/2016 08:56 PM

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From the Kratom protest today in Washington:



[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]

Kratom saves lives!
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09/13/2016 11:09 PM

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bump for the evening crowd.
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Morning bump2
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