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Today, Missouri Governor Jay Nixon will sign a bill making K2 a controlled substance, with possession punishable by incarceration or fines.
Nixon will sign Missouri House Bill 1472, which will make possession of K2 a crime. Any person who possesses a controlled substance of more than 35 grams will be guilty of a class C felony, and any person possessing less than 35 grams of any one of these substances will be guilty of a class A misdemeanor.
The new law will go into effective August 28.
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