Senate supports ban of popular hallucinogenic salvia divinorum
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota may be on the brink of joining the Dakotas and Wisconsin in banning the sale and possession of a popular hallucinogenic drug.
House and Senate bill would make selling salvia divinorum, a Mexican herb known for producing short and intense highs, a gross misdemeanor. Possession would be a misdemeanor.
Senators approved the bill Thursday.
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