Proposed Combat Meth Compliance Fee Would Be Waived For Many Retailers
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Businesses already paying to support the Drug Enforcement Administration's Diversion Control Program would be exempt from paying an additional fee to certify they have trained employees on compliance with the Combat Meth Act, DEA says in a proposed rule
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