Miley Cyrus’ salvia smoking video can help ban the substance in California
The video of Miley Cyrus smoking salvia with the bong could be used by California authorities to ban salvia in the state. As you know salvia is a legal substance in California but, apparently, not everybody is happy about it.
After Miley’s salvia smoking video got leaked online last Friday, people from various organizations have expressed their negative reaction regarding both smoking salvia on camera and Miley Cyrus’ being a bad example for her fans.
You do incredibly crazy things [under the influence of Salvia],” Anthony Adams, former California State Assemblyman, said in his statement. “Miley is a star and young kids are going to emulate her behavior. It’s time for state and federal governments to renew their push toward an outright ban [of salvia].”
Others, like America’s Drug Enforcement Administration, also add that salvia is “a drug of concern.”
Back in 2007 there were attempts to legally ban salvia in California but the attempts failed. Time will show if Miley’s case is gonna help the authorities. If the ban gets through, I think they should give it Miley’s name. What do you think?
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