Sheriffs in Florida raid convenience stores for selling Spice and other synthetic marijuana products, even though it isn't necessarily illegal.Read more »
"It's kind of pointless," said University of Missouri sophomore Brittany May after purchasing a K2 alternative called "BoCoMo Dew" at a Columbia smoke shop. "They're just going to come up with another thing."Read more »
An ordinance to ban the sale of synthetic marijuana in West Lafayette won't go before the city council until September, but two businesses apparently have pulled the product from their stores' shelves.
Police Chief Jason Dombkowski said he hand-delivered voluntary "cease and desist" letters last week to Amused Clothing, 316 W. State St., and Citgo gas station, 101 W. State St.Read more »
This article seems like a complete propaganda hit piece against spice/K2 to me (they even disabled comments for this story). The whole thing is so full of BULLSHIT that I don't even know where to begin. What's even more ridiculous, when I looked up the reporter's name in their directory she's listed as "Courts/police Reporter".Read more »
On Tuesday, Gov. Jay Nixon, a Democrat, signed a bill prohibiting possession of K2. Missouri is the nation’s eighth state this year to ban the substance, which has sent users to emergency rooms across the country complaining of everything from elevated heart rates and paranoia to vomiting and hallucinations.Read more »
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