Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Synthetic Marijuana Banned
Alaska House passes bill to ban synthetic cannabinoids
By KTVA CBS 11
Saturday, the House passed a bill that bans synthetic cannabinoids also known commonly as "spice" or "K2".
The synthetic marijuana is actually more dangerous than natural marijuana due to its hallucinogenic properties and a range of extreme effects on the user.
Alaska will join many other states banning the production and sale of synthetic marijuana. The bill now awaits the signature of Alaska Governor Sean Parnell in order to be made into law.
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