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A former chemistry student at Widener University pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday to charges that he attempted to produce LSD in an improvised lab at a state park.
UK: A mountain of legal anomalies
Politicians need to face up to the fact that there is no rhyme or reason in the drug classification system.
NJ: Lawmakers seek to ban Salvia
The substance is not regulated by the federal government, but two states, Missouri and Louisiana, have banned its use. Democrats Jack Conners and Herb Conaway want to make New Jersey the third.
Date-rape drug use on the rise
Decent overview of various types of deliriants used in sexual assault, and how to avoid them.
The dangers of 'Sally B'?
The drumbeat continues to sound on Salvia divinorum...
Radio interview with James Kent
Download an audio interview with James Kent, from Mike Hagen at radiOrbit
Men hallucinate after eating fish
Two men have suffered terrifying visual and auditory hallucinations after eating a popular local seafish in Mediterranean restaurants
Another Salvia warning...
2News is on your side with a warning about a dangerous substance teens are using to get high, and officials say it's perfectly legal.
DXM: Coricidin abuse on the rise
The slang terms include "Orange Crush" and "Triple C." They describe over-the-counter cold medicines such as Coricidin, which consumed at overdosing levels by teenagers, elicit toxic, hallucinogenic highs.
Delaware bans Salvia
Brett's Law has passed in both chambers of the Delaware General Assembly. The bill bans the hallucinogenic drug salvia divinorum – which family members say led to the suicide of Brett Chidester of Pike Creek.
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