Minnesota lawmakers review 9 ways to reduce synthetic drug problems
ST. PAUL – Minnesota legislators are ready to take another stab at curtailing the use of synthetic drugs.
A House committee established to study the problem issued nine recommendations Wednesday for the Legislature to consider when it begins its annual session Feb. 25. They range from giving the state Pharmacy Board more control over the ever-changing synthetic drug situation to ordering more education about the danger of products such as bath salts and synthetic marijuana.
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