Ordinances in Belmont, Tilton, Franklin hint at danger of 'synthetic marijuana'

Belmont is the latest New Hampshire community to ban synthetic marijuana, as local and state officials struggle to keep pace with the rapidly evolving substance. Belmont selectmen this week banned the possession, sale and purchase of “spice,” joining Tilton and Franklin in an effort to create a united front to help keep the drug out.


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