In 2007 the DEA reclassified iodine as a controlled substance and named
Polar Pure in particular as a product that was of concern to the DEA.
The DEA told Wallace and Ottenberg, they could continue to operate their
business but they would have to pay a $1,200 regulatory fee, register
with the state and feds, report any suspicious activity and keep track
of each and ever person who bought a bottle of their product.
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