SARMs Subject To Steroids Scheduling By DEA Under Hatch, Whitehouse Bill
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
The Utah Republican and Rhode Island Democrat sponsor legislation to make selective androgen receptor modulators subject to the same authority the Drug Enforcement Administration has to regulate anabolic steroids. Hatch said the SARMs Control Act of 2018 would "ensure that the DEA has the authority it needs to prevent abuse and diversion of these dangerous substances.”
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“By placing SARMs on the same schedule as other anabolic steroid, we’re ensuring a safer and more transparent marketplace," says Iowa Republica Chuck Grassley, who sponsored the bill with Rhode Island Democrat Sheldon Whitehouse.
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"We spent a lot of time in Massachusetts trying to point out the flaws in the legislation," says CRN government relations chief Mike Greene. CRN and other stakeholders could focus on the Massachusetts bill because no other similar proposals surfaced in other state legislatures this year.