The Indiana Board of Pharmacy is seeking ways to reduce the production of synthetic marijuana in Indiana.
The state’s attorney general says he is prepared to defend a new law aimed at stopping the sale of synthetic drugs if it is challenged in court.
Look-alikes are substances similar to already banned drugs, but do not necessarily contain anything on the state’s list of banned compounds.
Lawmakers approved a measure this session that makes it more difficult for convenience stores to sell synthetic drugs.
The Indiana Senate has passed a bill which would curtail sales of currently legal hallucinogens like a synthetic marijuana called “K2” or “Spice.”