Washington, Foristell ban so-called synthetic marijuana
Wednesday, April 7, 2010 | 9:20 a.m. CDT
WASHINGTON, Mo. — The eastern Missouri towns of Washington and Foristell have passed laws making it illegal to possess or sell products containing the so-called synthetic marijuana.
St. Charles city and county have also banned the product marketed under names such as "K2," ''Spice" and "Summit." State lawmakers are considering a statewide ban.
The Washington Missourian reported that a few weeks ago, police investigated after a woman was hospitalized after smoking some of the product and taking a drug.
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