River Heights joins list of cities to ban ‘spice’

RIVER HEIGHTS–River Heights is the latest on the list of cities and towns in Cache Valley to ban the use, production, and sale of the synthetic cannabinoid known as “spice.” The City Council moved this week to adopt the same ordinance that has been established by Cache County.”It won’t take any effort, we just have to change the name on the paper,” said Councilman Rob Gines.Councilwoman Francine Davis voiced concern about passing the ordinance. “Once the state adopts the ordinance, all the county ones become null and void,” she said. “What’s the point of passing it if it won’t matter anyway?”Mayor Bill Baker had the answer.”If we don’t adopt it, River Heights would be the only place in the state that spice is be accepted,” he said.

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