The Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund board of trustees has recommended funding for recreational development projects across the state. The recommendations total nearly $28 million to fund land acquisition and development projects in 2016.
When I first read this story I was thinking thinking, why would a store owner be forced to remove a spice from his shelves? I guess I'm too out of touch, and since I don't have any children, I wouldn't know about these things.
Apparently "Spice" is a fake marijuana. Wikipedia gives a definition of "Spice" as being synthetic marijuana that does not cause one to test positive for marijuana. Makes me wonder if chemicals are involved in this? Marijuana is a plant but how does "Spice" become fake marijuana?
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