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Synthetic Drug Emergency Rules

Indiana Code 25-26-13-4.1 gives the Indiana Board of Pharmacy the authority to adopt emergency rules declaring a substance to be a synthetic drug if the substance has been scheduled or emergency scheduled by the DEA or scheduled, emergency scheduled, or criminalized by another state.

Controlled substances listed in IC 35-48-2-4 are included in Schedule I.  “Synthetic drugs,” as defined in IC 35-31.5-2-321, are listed as Schedule I drugs under IC 35-48-2-4(d)(35).  Indiana Code 35-31.5-2-321(9) includes in the definition of synthetic drug “any compound determined to be a synthetic drug by rule adopted under IC 25-26-13-4.1.”

The Indiana Board of Pharmacy has promulgated the following emergency rules in accordance with IC 35-26-13-4.1:

LSA #14-178(E)

LSA #14-177(E)

LSA #13-562(E)

LSA #13-305(E)

LSA #12-493(E)

LSA #12-590(E)

LSA#13-27(E)