Should synthetic marijuana be federally regulated?
In the District and most states across the country, it is legal to buy and sell 'spice', whose crushed green leaves are sprayed with various man-made chemicals. When smoked, the treated leaves can produce a marijuana-like high.
But, alarmed by its growing use and questions about its safety, lawmakers in a number of states have begun taking action. Should states step in to regulate 'spice'? Let us know below.
July 9, 2010; 7:34 PM ET
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