MOUNT VERNON — An Ohio House Bill that never made it to its first committee meeting in 2010 has new life in 2011 as 90th District Rep. Margaret Ann Ruhl continues her push to make "Spice" or K2 — a synthetic form of marijuana — illegal to possess, use or sell.

 

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3 Responses to “Push to take Spice off shelves continues”

  1. Anonymous

    And SMART people wouldnt buy the real stuff either.nn Whats wrong w/ people? Are they tired of having good brain cells, healthy hearts, somewhat healthy emotional systems?nnSlowly killing what good health they already have. Why not jump in front of a train & get it over with, quickly.

  2. Anonymous

    This artifical stuff has proven to be a real danger to some individuals with some deaths attributed to it. It should be taken off the shelves to prevent further deaths, particularly in young people who are more apt to try it.