Use of bath salt drug appears to be on the rise in California


Senate passed a ban on the sale of potentially deadly synthetic pot known as Bath Salts. The law was passed by the US Senate as part of the Food and Drug Administration Safety and Innovation Act which has been championed by Sen. Charles Schumer.

Senate passed a ban on the sale of potentially deadly synthetic pot known as Bath Salts. The law was passed by the US Senate as part of the Food and Drug Administration Safety and Innovation Act which has been championed by Sen. Charles Schumer.

By Whitney Clark/KTVL.com Bath salts may sound harmless, but some doctors say it may be one of the most bizarre and deadly street drugs they've seen. "I believe this will be worse than Meth," said Dr. James Hammel, the mental health director at Rogue

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Authorities say a 19-year-old Grand Junction man had a synthetic drug in his system and was behaving violently when he was strangled to death as friends tried to subdue him. The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel reported Friday Daniel J. Richards was

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