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Bill to Tougen Bath Salts Law Advances
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Indiana state agencies would have more power to suspend the licenses of businesses caught selling synthetic drugs known as ``bath salts'' and other nicknames under proposals moving through the Legislature.
State senators on Tuesday approved a bill that would also make it illegal to possess or deal ``lookalike'' synthetic drugs. The current law only prohibits drugs with specific chemical makeups.
The bill would require the state to suspend the business license for a year of any retailer caught selling synthetic drugs or lookalikes. Other provisions would expand the ability of prosecutors to file charges against those driving under the influence of synthetic drugs.
The Senate bill now goes to the House, which has been working on a similar proposal.
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