NH mother sued for comments made over 'fake weed' says 'I will not be intimidated'
SEABROOK — Tamara Calabrese says her family has lost everything after her husband became addicted to synthetic cannabinoids, or “fake weed,” and she’s become a force behind the local move to keep the product, legally sold in town as herbal incense, out of the hands of users.
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