My name is Nicole and I am a mom and a teacher from the state of Mass where this horrific drug is legal. I am sickened to know that my child can walk into the gas station down the street and buy this drug. I never had even heard of it until a week and a half ago when my 14 year old daughter tried to kill herself. I was shocked when my super star, straight A daughter has tried this drug. I am at a loss of words and a stand still of how to make Massachusetts make this illegal. I have already walked into the store and caused a huge scene saying they were killing our teens and was told to leave or they would call the police on me. As an educator for 20 years I know the stress these kids are under and need the help to educate the parents in our state of this problem. No one knows about it in Mass and we need help before we lose more teens. I have since attended a parent group and spoke my mind but I feel like I need to do more. Can you help to guide me in the direction of how to make others aware of this scary drug.
We can help! We will be contacting you to give you the information and direction you need to bring about real change in your state. We have made huge strides in Illinois, where Spice is illegal regardless of the chemicals used, and would love to take the model Mass. Thanks for reaching out to us!
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