SC bath salts ban sets in, success may be short-lived
Authorities are still trying to understand the long-term effects of the drug
By Jennifer Crossley Howard, Nikie Mayo
ANDERSON COUNTY, S.C. — Near the checkout counter at Zane's Fast Stop are two empty glass shelves where the synthetic stimulants known as "bath salts' used to be displayed.
The powdery or crystallized drugs, once sold for less than $20 a jar, have also disappeared from the Iva Quick Stop.
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