Kansas Update: Kratom ban REMOVED from SB 282

Senate Bill 282 has officially been amended with Kratom removed!

SB 282 was amended by the Committee on Health and Human Services last week with all previous language relating to Kratom removed.


WHAT’S NEXT: SB 282 now moves to the House floor. If passed by the House, the bill will then head back to the Senate for a concurrence vote. If the Senate confirms, the bill then heads to the Governors desk for signature. If the Senate does not confirm, both chambers will be forced into a conference committee to find a path forward, or not.
We assume that the Senate will confirm the bill, but as always, we will be tracking the bill up until the Governor signs it. You can learn more about how a bill becomes law in Kansas here.

Proposed Action: Please take a moment to thank the Health and Human Services Committee for making this amendment and keeping kratom legal in Kansas!

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