The state of
Vermont has issued an emergency rule
to further crack down on drugs known as bath salts. Gov. Peter
Shumlin said Thursday that Vermont has been
outlawing bath salts based on chemical composition as they hit the market, but
dealers simply add new chemicals to avoid current laws.
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has determined that the death of 28-year-old Christopher Tsacoyeanes
was caused by an overdose of a variety of drugs commonly
known as bath salts. The office of the
Chief Medical Examiner determined the death was accidental substance abuse.
The Shumlin administration has banned a new designer drug that’s referred to as
"bath salts." It’s sold in drug stores, and carries a disclaimer that it’s not appropriate for
human consumption. But the bath salts can be snorted, injected or mixed with foods or drinks and cause a variety
of symptoms that include suicidal impulses.