Salvia Divinorum Banned, Costing Ohio >$100K for What?
For less than $100,000 a year, the state of Ohio could have provided a full tuition scholarship to Ohio State University for ten kids. Instead, at a cost of more than $100,000 a year, the state of Ohio has decided to ban the hallucinogenic herb salvia divinorum. Salvia will be classed as a Schedule I drug, the most dangerous class mandating the most heavy prison terms. All this because… once, there was a kid somewhere who smoked salvia once, and then later, he killed someone.
Coming up next week, the state of Ohio will be banning alcohol. Right?