It looks like there's a chance things could drag out for a very long time . . .
Court blocks DEA's Florida suspension of Cardinal - chicagotribune.com:
"The appeals court in Washington late Friday granted Cardinal's request and issued a stay pending further proceedings. The court ordered Cardinal to file its emergency motion by March 14 and the DEA to file its response by March 16, according to the court docket.
An administrative hearing of Cardinal's Lakeland license is scheduled to begin at the DEA on April 3. That process could take as long as a year to play out as both sides present their cases.
The DEA judge will then make a recommendation to the DEA's administrator, Michele Leonhart, who will make a ruling. Leonhart signed the initial order to suspend Cardinal's license.
The case is Cardinal Health Inc v. Justice Department et al in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, No. 12-5061."
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