Michigan officials pushing to ban synthetic marijuana
In Michigan officials are taking aim at synthetic marijuana.
They want it off the shelves. Several counties are rolling out plans to get K2 and Spice off of store shelves.
Macomb County unveiled its program, it's called K2 Kops. It said it will pass out health violations for stores that sell them.
Oakland County asked gas stations and convenience stores to get rid of the stuff. When smoked K2 is linked to severe reactions, including death.
There's an effort to get K2 banned from the state and a federal bill could land on President Obama's desk July 4.
Indiana outlawed synthetic marijuana last summer.