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Superior Police Chief Floyd Peters tells a crowd of reporters that synthetic marijuana hasn't been an issue for officers in Superior but he appreciates the city's effort to ban it before it becomes a problem. City Attorney Frog Prell, left, drafted the ordinance, and Mayor Dave Ross and Council President Bob Finsland, right, will present the ban to the council Tuesday for consideration. (Shelley Nelson)

Ross: 'K.O. K-2'

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Superior could join a growing number of local and state governments taking action to ban a synthetically induced high.

Council President Bob Finsland and Police Chief Floyd Peters plan to present the council with a new ordinance banning the use, possession, sale and distribution of synthetic cannibinoid products like K-2, Spice, Genie and Yucatan Fire.

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