$100,000 Fine for Colorado Store Selling “Synthetic Pot”


We’ve been reporting about law enforcement agencies’ war on spice, a product popularly known as synthetic pot even though it has little in common with actual cannabis.
Now, Colorado Attorney General John Suthers — the newly minted Colorado Springs mayoral candidate featured earlier today in an interview with Kyle Harris — has brought the hammer down on one convicted spice purveyor: Sang Leaming, who owned the Longmont shop Tobacco King. A consent judgement on view below calls on Leaming to pay a $100,000 fine — the largest ever for a single store selling spice, the AG’s office maintains. Photos, details and the document over at The Latest Word.