We have spoken about this synthetic weed a few times before but now if you live in Kansas and you read HMJ, you won’t be able to try it for yourself. Why? Because they banned it. Not sure if I agree with it or not but either way, JWH-018 and JWH-O73 are now schedule I controlled substances in Kansas, illegal to possess, use or sell.
As expected, Kansas Gov. Mark Parkinson signed a bill banning the active chemicals in K2 synthetic marijuana.
JWH-018 and JWH-O73 are now schedule I controlled substances in Kansas, illegal to possess, use or sell. The legislation goes into effect as soon as it’s published in the Kansas Register.
In Parkinson’s statement on the ban: “This legislation has received overwhelming support by Kansas law enforcement and the Legislature,” Parkinson says. “It will help improve our communities by better equipping law enforcement officers in addressing this issue and deterring Kansans from drug use.”