Bills to band K2, bath salts in Michigan head to Gov. Snyder

LANSING, Mich. -- The Michigan Senate gave the legislature's final approval on bills aimed at banning designer drugs and now they're just waiting on Gov. Rick Snyder's signature.

Tuesday, the state senate gave final approval to ban K2 and bath salts. The drugs have been blamed for health problems and violent behavior.

Once the governor signs them, they'll take effect immediately. Some counties and communities have already acted on their own to ban synthetic marijuana.

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