Duluth regulates synthetic drug sales
DULUTH, Minn. (AP) — The Duluth City Council has voted to regulate the sale of synthetic drugs by requiring retailers selling the products to obtain a city license.
Council member Sharla Gardner says she would like to see synthetic drugs made illegal, but until they are, the city will use the tools available, including licensing.
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