Yesterday was the effective date for a majority of the provisions in the Ryan Haight Act (Ryan Haight Online Pharmacy Consumer Protection Act). It is now part of the Controlled Substances Act. Also effective yesterday was the interim Ryan Haight Act rule promulgated by the DEA, which I have argued does nothing but make internet pharmacy law more ambiguous.
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Category: Internet Pharmacy Law