State Lawmakers Target Synthetic Marijuana


0  Updated at 8:37 am, March 20th, 2013 By: Managing Editor
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(BOISE, ID)  —  The Idaho Senate has approved a bill that would expand the state’s laws combating synthetic marijuana. The bill includes all variant forms of the drug known as “spice”, which mimics the chemical effects of cannabis. Spice manufacturers have tried to skirt existing laws by using different formulas and labeling. The measure now goes to the House for debate.


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