N.J. permanently bans synthetic marijuana, it’s now as illegal as heroin

New Jersey authorities announced today that a temporary ban on so-called synthetic marijuana has been made permanent, placing the designer drug in the same legal category as cocaine and heroin.

In February, the state Division of Consumer Affairs initially banned the drug – marketed as herbal incense under the brand names K2, Spice, and Kush, among others – for a 270-day period pending public input.

Until then it was sold in the Garden State at convenience stores, gas stations, and shops selling smoking paraphernalia.

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