Author: Chris Galford
Fearing the proliferation of illicit versions of the drug xylazine – or tranq – and its effects on the U.S. public, the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) wrote to Congressional leaders last week urging passage of the Combating Illicit Xylazine Act (H.R. 1839).
The legislation would officially classify xylazine as a controlled substance. Unlike other items involved in the overdose troubles facing the country, xylazine is notable for being a non-opioid. In fact, it is a veterinary tranquilizer meant for large animals such as horses or deer and was never approved or accepted as a medical solution for humans. However, it is not currently a federally designated controlled substance.
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