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Citgo Asks Gas Stations To Stop Selling Spice

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Variation of spices sold in local stores on display at UCAT Town Hall meeting Monday. (Marina Cracchiolo / Patch)
Variation of spices sold in local stores on display at UCAT Town Hall meeting Monday. (Marina Cracchiolo / Patch)

Citgo has asked the owners of its gas stations to stop selling K2 and Spice—a synthetic form of marijuana.

The sale of K2 and Spice has caused concern for many parents and local officials in Michigan, and Alan Flagg, the general manager of light oils marketing for Citgo, joined the outcry.

Read the whole story at Dearborn Patch