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A forum on synthetic drugs Monday, June 24, 2013, at Clyde Iron Works in Duluth, Minn., opened with a movie, "Ground Zero," about synthetic drug issues and addiction. Jim Carlson, owner of Last Place on Earth, and his girlfriend, Lava Haugen,both at left, were among the attendees. The movie began with testmony from a former user named Felicia featured in the scene shown above. (AP Photo/The Duluth News-Tribune,Bob King )

'Ground Zero' documents Duluth's synthetic drug drama

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The latest chapter in Duluth’s synthetic drug saga is a 25-minute documentary that debuted Monday night at Clyde Iron Works.

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