U-47700 is now a Schedule I drug; Ioflupane, is excluded from Schedule II; and Phenazepam, Etizolam, and Clonazolam are now Schedule IV drugs in Oklahoma. I think the people writing the law might be the only people in Oklahoma who have heard of those substances. I can’t imagine there’s a huge group of people using any one of those. Nevertheless, our intrepid legislature decided to take up their valuable time ensuring there would be criminal penalties associated with the unlawful possession of those substances.
Schedule I substances in Oklahoma
Schedule II substances in Oklahoma
Schedule IV substances in Oklahoma
SB 770 enacted these changes. They went into effect on June 6, 2017.