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Snyder Signs Bill to Classify K2, Spice as Schedule 1 Drugs

Governor Rick Snyder signed legislation on Tuesday to ensure K2, Spice and other dangerous synthetic drugs no longer find their way on to Michigan store shelves.

The synthetic drugs will now be included in the list of Schedule 1 drugs, and producers and distributors will be subject to the same penalties as those of other drugs in the classification

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Jake May, Flickr
Jake May, Flickr
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Graves, Ananich Call for Emergency Measures on Synthetic Drugs

State Reps. Joeseph Graves (R-Argentine Twp.) and Jim Ananich (D-Flint) today urged the Genesee County Board of Commissioners to consider adopting an emergency ordinance to fight the spread of synthetic drug abuse

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