Several states, including Kentucky, looking to ban 'bath salts' drug

Feb 11, 2011 Full story: The Cincinnati Enquirer

They can be purchased legally in most states and are marketed as "bath salts" under innocent, even pleasant-sounding names, such as "Cloud Nine," "Ivory Wave," "Vanilla Sky" and "Blue Silk." But the salts contain a dangerous chemical that police and medical experts say causes delusions, paranoia and sometimes violent behavior among people ...

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Sugaray

Owensboro, KY

#1 Feb 12, 2011
Our we going to band everything because of a few drug heads.
Brittany Mishelle

New York, NY

#2 Feb 12, 2011
they want to take everything away from us. Why can't we just toke or pop a pill in private. Not one of us is hurting anyone. I love Extacy and Oxy and it's getting harder to score that S.

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