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Ban on Bath Salts

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HARRISBURG, PA - Pennsylvania moves one step closer to making bath salts illegal.

 

The state senate has approved a ban on the so-called synthetic drugs.

 

Chemicals found in bath salts are known to cause hallucinations and a "meth - like" high.

 

The new ban covers other synthetic drugs designed to mimic the effect of real drugs as well, like k-2 -- or fake weed.

 

The bill now heads to the state house for its approval.

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