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Three Amarillo Businesses Still Peddling Synthetic Drugs

Marijuana Supporters March In Hemp ParadeEven though Amarillo has cracked down on the synthetic drug problem some businesses are still selling synthetic marijuana.

Impact Futures wants you to know the problem has not gone away.  At least three businesses in Amarillo are still selling synthetic marijuana.  Impact Futures also has relayed some disturbing information regarding the profits of some of these synthetic drugs.

According to the DEA some of the money made off these substances flows back to the Middle East.

Impact Futures has been protesting at the stores where synthetic marijuana is available.  This is at V&M on SW 10th, Plant X on Bell, and 34th Street Discount.

For more see this source article.

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