Wednesday, September 22, 2010

The Moar You Know, Vol 2

Because... well, you know...


Spice really a health crisis? ALAN MURRAY A Cache Valley resident lights up as he begins to smoke some spice at his apartment. The Cache County Council recently outlawed spice in unincorporated areas, and the Logan Municipal Council is considering banning the substance within city limits.

Spice sale ban for Delaware County gets initial approval  MUNCIE -- So-called synthetic marijuana is one step closer to being an outlaw drug in Delaware County

Tell us what you think: Spice - Navy News | News from Afghanistan & Iraq - Navy Times  In March, the Navy banned sailors from using Spice, a legal, over-the-counter substitute for marijuana that rarely shows up on drug tests

Linking Spice to deaths difficult  Several Indiana deaths suspected to be linked to the use of Spice may have no connection to the substance after all, but coroners say in some cases, it’s hard to be sure

Banning spice is a bland attempt at controlling drug abuse  Urged on by the Weber-Morgan Narcotics Strike Force and an agent from the federal DEA, the Ogden City Council banned the sale of "spice" last week. read more

8 comments:

  1. Yeah this is getting ridiculous. If pot wasn't illegal then users wouldn't have to turn to unsafe alternatives. By outlawing the natural plant they encourage the unnatural chemicals. Dumb.

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  2. All I can think of is the Spice from Dune.

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  3. I've always wanted to try spice, I keep hearing more and more about it. Though, I'm hearing alot of negativities, too.. Headaches/etc.

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  4. Aye, i agreed. If it was legal there would be lot less criminal activities about it + state would get money from taxes.

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  5. Totally agree....but well, at the end, it's none of my concern.

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