Doctors pleased with Pennsylvania bath salt ban

    Doctors don’t expect a miracle from Pennsylvania’s ban on synthetic drugs, but they’re pleased with the result it’s likely to bring: stop casual users from getting hold of them.

    Health & Science reporter Carolyn Beeler spoke with local doctors about the statewide ban, which takes effect in 60 days. A federal DEA agent says laws banning designer drugs can be an obstacle for people looking for a legal high.

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