K2 (Spice) burns up Mardi Gras in NOLA

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​In this week’s feature, “Fake Reefer Madness,” you’ll see how Kansas lawmakers’ recent actions to ban K2 synthetic pot are as paranoid as … (ahem) someone who’s smoked a lot of bad reefer. That’s partly because there’s evidence that the active chemicals can be used to research treatment for neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s, and partly because they’re ruining people’s lives for selling the same stock as the Lowe’s garden center.

Other states should take note of Topeka’s actions, because K2 is starting to make its way around the country under different names. Was there any doubt that a legal marijuana alternative would travel well?

Take this story from New Orleans television station WWLTV. They get one detail wrong about us, claiming Kansas has already banned the synthetic when in fact a bill has yet to be signed into law, but confusion about legality is probably easy to come by when the FDA is raiding shops. Otherwise, it’s a familiar story.

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