Synthetic Marijuana Outlawed in Georgia, Again

Synthetic marijuana, outlawed by state legislators in April but made available again after manufacturers altered its molecular structure, is once again illegal following an emergency ruling by the Georgia State Board of Pharmacy.
June 13, 2012
 

Synthetic marijuana, outlawed by state legislators in April but made available again after manufacturers altered its molecular structure, is once again illegal following an emergency ruling by the Georgia State Board of Pharmacy.

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