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DIGEST OF INTRODUCED BILL
Synthetic drugs. Permits the superintendent of the Indiana state police department, in consultation with the state board of pharmacy, to adopt an emergency rule declaring a substance to be a dangerous analogue substance if the superintendent finds that the substance: (1) is likely to have a similar effect on a user as a synthetic cannabinoid; and (2) is likely to be at least as dangerous as a synthetic cannabinoid. Provides that a rule declaring a substance to be a dangerous analogue substance becomes effective 30 days after the rule is filed, and that the rule expires on June 30 of the calendar year following the calendar year in which the rule was adopted. Adds a substance determined to be a dangerous analogue substance to the definition of "synthetic cannabinoid".