The Board took "emergency action" on naming and listing new illegal substances- according to the story in the TOPEKA (KS) CAPITAL-JOURNAL.
The action allows the State of Kansas to continue to prosecute "Eric Srack, 42, a Salina man who owns The Grind. Srack was charged in late February with multiple felony counts of distributing, selling and delivering JWH-081, a synthetic drug that functions much like marijuana" says the TC-J article.
What????? Seems to me they arrested Srack- THEN made what he was selling illegal.
Also- it's my opinion the list of what IS legal for Kansans to ingest would be smaller than what isn't- but hey- it's FOR THE CHILDREN- whose educational budgets are being slashed by the Republicrats.