The synthetic drugs known as bath salts are now officially banned in Colorado. Tobacco shops and even some convenience stores across the state sold the synthetic cathinones.
Colorado is facing accusations of misusing money from medical marijuana patients.
A divided Colorado Senate has voted along party lines to approve a bill giving preference in state contracts for American-made products and equipment.
Colorado lawmakers are split on a bill which would encourage businesses to buy products made in America.
It may be patriotic to buy American, but Colorado lawmakers are divided on whether legislation should give a boost to construction companies that do it.
Selling or manufacturing synthetic drugs known as “bath salts” would be illegal in Colorado under a bill in consideration at the state Legislature.
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