Thursday, November 15, 2012

Ohio bill to address 'cat-and-mouse' drug game

CT Post (Columbus, OH) November 14, 2012

"A proposed Ohio law seeks to end what a prosecutor called a "cat-and-mouse" game involving chemists changing synthetic drugs' molecular content to keep them legal.
At issue are the sale and abuse of synthetic drugs such as bath salts and herbal incense, which can cause users to behave in bizarre and dangerous ways. Lawmakers first made the drugs illegal last year.
Current Ohio law bans a particular chemical compound used to make such drugs, said Matt Donahue, a special prosecutor with the Ohio attorney general's office."   Read More

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