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Bowie Councilors Consider K2 Ban

Bowie City councilors will consider a ban on the herb K2 when they convene on Tuesday.

Bowie City Councilman Jack Lawson, also a state trooper, suggested the ban.

K2 is marketed as incense, but when smoked creates a high similar to marijuana.

Nocona City Council and Electra City Council approved an ordinance last week that bans the use, purchase, possession and sale of illegal smoking products in its city limits.

City of Bowie will consider a ban on its sale and use in the city when its council meets on Nov. 16.

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