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A herbal substance marketed as incense but consumed as a sort of synthetic marijuana is being pulled from stores nationwide. Referred to as "Spice," "K-2" or "fake weed," the stuff has been readily, and legally, available here in Oregon. But last month, the DEA issued a 30-day notice that the five chemicals commonly found in "Spice" are being placed in the same category as heroin and marijuana. That means, sales and possession of fake weed is illegal here in Oregon as of last Friday.

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