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Stores Sue Over 'Lookalike' Law

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A federal lawsuit has been filed in Indianapolis on behalf of four Hoosier aromatherapy stores to repeal Indiana's new law that makes it illegal to possess or deal “lookalike” synthetic drugs. The National Association of Aromatherapy Product Producers and Vendors contends the 'lookalike' law is too vague and unconstitutional. State Senator Jim Merritt has said Senate Enrolled Act 536 closes a critical loophole in the state’s previous ban on drugs like 'spice' and so-called 'bath salts' and gives police and prosecutors new tools to fight the synthetic drug epidemic.
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