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Buckhannon takes aim at synthetic drug sales

Residents urge ban on bath salts in city

January 19, 2013

Two women urged Buckhannon City Council Thursday to get rid of synthetic drugs, saying they supported an ordinance that would ban the sale of such items within corporate limits....

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Jan-19-13 4:28 PM

I.M. censors "******" [her-oin] with asterisks?? Weird

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Jan-19-13 4:26 PM

We can thank the government and its drug prohibition for the rise in use of the so-called designer drugs that can cause more harm than the drugs they're intended to replace. "Spice" and "K2" wouldn't exist if Cannabis were not illegal. Cocaine and, yes even ******, were not a crime problem when they were available over-the-counter...and kids weren't attracted to them. Addiction rates have remained constant which is proof that Prohibition has no effect on reducing use yet makes "drugs" exciting for young people to experiment. The government really has no Constitutional authority or moral right to dictate what consenting adults choose to ingest.

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