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Wed January 25, 2012
Cadiz Synthetic Marijuana Ordinance
By Drew Adams
Murray, KY – Cadiz city officials are working on a citywide ban of synthetic marijuana after an incident at a local high school. The Paducah Sun reports a student at Trigg County High School was found to in need of medical attention after smoking H-7, a brand of synthetic marijuana in the school bathroom. Cadiz Police Public Information Officer, Scott Brown says the department is looking into an ordinance banning the sale of synthetic marijuana within city limits. McCracken County passed an ordinance banning sales of the substance last November after witnessing a rise in hospitalizations of teens due to synthetic marijuana.