COLUMBIA — In March, the Missouri House amended a ban on synthetic marijuana, also known as K2, to make any possession charge a Class C felony. The Missouri Senate reversed the House provision on Wednesday so that only possession of 35 grams or more would be considered as a felony, and possession of less would be a misdemeanor. Possession of marijuana carries the same charges.
TODAY'S QUESTION: How should possession of K2 be punished?
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