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 Gov. Laura Kelly holds up Senate Bill 174, which she signed on May 11 in Shawnee. The bill decriminalizes fentanyl test strips and removes the legal barrier that kept many stores and pharmacies from selling them to the public.
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Possession of fentanyl test strips will no longer be a crime in Kansas. The new state law also means pharmacies, online retailers and harm-reduction programs will be able to legally distribute the strips.
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