The Michigan Senate has given final approval a ban on so-called synthetic marijuana, sending the legislation to Gov. Rick Snyder.
A Farmington Hills woman is making it her mission to help rid store shelves of K2 and other designer drugs.
As many local communities are cracking down on the sale of designer drugs, Washtenaw County officials are talking about what approach they will take on the issue
Just hours after Macomb County banned the sale of designer drugs, two owners of a Roseville store are accused of selling them.
Detroit Mayor Dave Bing has directed the issuance of an emergency order banning the sale of “synthetic marijuana” products known as Spice or K2.
The state House Judiciary Committee has approved legislation making it easier to remove synthetic drugs from store shelves.
Local leaders around metro Detroit are stepping up the fight against what they see as a growing problem: the sale of K2 and other synthetic drugs.
Add Shelby Township to the list of Metro Detroit communities that want to ban the sale of K2, Spice and other synthetic drugs.
Leaders in Oakland County are urging business owners in the county to pledge not to sell K2, Spice, or other synthetic marijuana products.
An Oakland County community is looking to become one of the first in Michigan to ban synthetic marijuana.