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Campaigners call for national policy on synthetic drugs MP3

Campaigners say the NSW Government's ban on the sale of synthetic drugs will do nothing to curb use of the dangerous substances. Synthetic drugs operate in a legal grey area, and are sold at sex shops and tobacconists. While every state has different laws covering them, manufacturers are able to circumvent bans relatively easily. Yesterday, the NSW Government imposed an interim ban on the sale of 18 types of syntheti... Source: abc.net.au

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