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Seneca-Cayuga Tribe licenses Internet pharmacy

The Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma has licensed an Internet pharmacy that has officials in Oklahoma wondering about jurisdiction.

J.R. Enyart opened the Grand Lake Pharmacy after he was denied a license from the state. He is apparently dispensing medication over the web.

The state asked the Drug Enforcement Administration to look into the matter but a DEA spokesperson told The Oklahoman that the pharmacy isn't dispensing illegal drugs. It appears no crimes are being committed.

Enyart, who also goes by the name Norman Edward Enyart Jr., is the only pharmacist licensed by the tribe.

Get the Story:
Tribe-licensed pharmacy slips through Net (The Oklahoman 9/23)

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