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10-05-2010, 09:24 PM #1
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JWH-018 Legal status
powderas it is commonly sold online
Several countries have placed legal restrictions on the compound.
Country Date of Ban Notes Austria 18 December 2008 The Austrian Ministry of Health announced on 18 December 2008 that Spice would be controlled under Paragraph 78 of their drug law on the grounds that it contains an active substance which affects the functions of the body, and the legality of JWH-018 is under review. Belarus 1 January 2010
Canada June 3, 2010 The
chemicalJWH-018 is not controlled in Canada . Also note the Most current CDSA can be found here
France February 24, 2009  Germany 22 January 2009  Ireland 11 May 2010 An immediate ban was announced on 11 May 2010 by Minister for Health Mary Harney. Italy 2 July 2010  Latvia 28 November 2009
 South Korea 1 July 2009  Sweden 30 July 2009 The bill was accepted on 30 July 2009 and was in effect on 15 September 2009. Estonia 24 July 2009
Romania 15 February 2010
Russia 22 January 2010
Ukraine 31 May 2010
United Kingdom 23 December 2009  United States
JWH-018 is currently not federally controlled in the U.S., but the Drug Enforcement Administration labeled it a "drug and chemical of concern" in 2009. March 2009: DEA Microgram Bulletin "INTELLIGENCE ALERT".
While remaining legal under federal law, several states have passed or proposed legislative action against spice and some cannabinoids:
State Status Notes Alabama Illegal On April 22, 2010, HB 697 passed the Alabama legislature, banning the possession of the following substances: 1) Trade name HU-210
2) Trade name JWH-018
3) Trade name JWH-073
4) Salvia divinorum or salvinorum A. That is, all parts of the plant presently classified botanically as salvia divinorum, whether growing or not, the seeds thereof, any extract from any part of such plant, and every compound, manufacture,
salts, derivative, mixture, or preparation of such plant, its seeds or extracts.
American Samoa Unregulated
Arkansas Temporary Emergency Ban/Municipal Restrictions On July 2, 2010, the sale of (but not possession of) K2-like products containing JWH-018 and JWH-073 were banned during an emergency meeting of the Arkansas State Board of Health, citing concerns regarding the safety of these products. Twenty-six suspected medical incidents involving the use of synthetic marijuana products have been reported to Arkansas' Poison Control Center, by comparison there were 40,000 incidents for alcohol. The temporary ban is only in effect for 120 days until a permanent law can be passed during the 2011 legislative session, so the products may once again be sold before a permanent ban is in place. Possession of these products is still illegal in certain cities and counties which have enacted local bans. California Unregulated
District of Columbia Unregulated
Florida Legislation Proposed
Georgia Illegal K2 Spice is now illegal in Georgia. JWH-018 is illegal in Georgia as of July 15, 2010. 
Hawaii Illegal possessing it in Hawaii became a felony on August 1, 2010  Idaho Ban proposed, awaiting Governor signature Idaho board proposes ban on sale of synthetic marijuana substitute “spice” 
Illinois Legislation Passed, Impending Enaction Date: January 1, 2011 To be effective on 1/1/2011, House Bill 4578 signed into law 7/26/2010 to add to the state list of controlled substances Indiana Municipal Restrictions Sale, use and/or possession is illegal or restricted in the cities of Fort Wayne, Greenwood, Kendallville, New Haven, Ligonier, Linton; the towns of Avilla and Shipshewana; and, Allen, Boone, Daviess, Henry, Knox, Morgan, Steuben, Tippecanoe and Vigo Counties.  Iowa Temporary Emergency Ban As of July 21, 2010, the Iowa Board of Pharmacy voted to reclassify JWH-018 and other synthetic cannabinoids as Schedule I controlled substances. Kansas Illegal In February 2010, two Kansas stores selling an herbal blend containing the product were raided by the DEA, who confiscated all of their JWH-018 stock. A new law in Kansas has passed that will ban designer cannabinoids JWH-018, JWH-073, HU-210 along with stimulant BZP and TFMPP.
Kentucky Illegal In a vote taken on April 1, 2010, 79-10 voted to blanket ban all synthetic cannabinoid agonists, making it a class A misdemeanor to manufacture or traffic. Governor Steve Beshear signed HB265 into law on April 13, 2010. Louisiana Illegal As of June 18, 2010, Louisiana passed bill HB 173  banning JWH-018, JWH-073, and CP 47,497 as well as most of the herbal ingredients found in incense blends. The Legislature also passed HB 121  and SB 37, which include synthetic cannabinoids. According to the Louisiana State Constitution, "All laws enacted during a regular session of the legislature shall take effect on August fifteenth of the calendar year in which the regular session is held... However, any bill may specify an earlier or later effective date." None of the bills specify a different date. Maine Unregulated
Maryland Legislation Proposed A bill banning JWH-018 and JWH-073 for Baltimore County only will be submitted by the 2nd District Councilman on September 7, 2010. Massachusetts Unregulated
Michigan Illegal Bill passed by Rep. Rick Jones, R-Grand Ledge banning sales and possession of Synthetic Cannaboids (JWH-018, JWH-073, JWH-015, JWH-200, JWH-250, HU-210, CP47,497). Synthetic Cannaboids are a Schedule 1 controlled substance. Minnesota Municipal Restrictions Sale, possession and use is illegal or restricted in the cities of Duluth and Princeton.  
Mississippi Illegal Bill passed by governor Hailey Barbour on September 3, 2010 banning sales and possession statewide.
Missouri Illegal As of March 28, 2010, The Missouri House approved its version of a bill, by a 142-10 vote, that would outlaw synthetic compounds that mimic the effects of marijuana. As of April 4, 2010, the bill is awaiting Senate approval.
The bill passed final approval and has been sent to the governor. If signed it will take effect on Aug 28th, 2010.
The bill has passed and the ban takes effect 28 August.
Text of bill can be found here: 
New Hampshire Unregulated
New Jersey Unregulated
New Mexico Unregulated
New York Legislation Proposed
North Carolina Unregulated
North Dakota Illegal As of February 25, 2010, the North Dakota Board of Pharmacy issued an emergency order banning the substance. That emergency order was made permanent at an April meeting. Northern Marianas Islands Unregulated
Oklahoma Legislation Passed, Impending Enaction Date: November 1, 2010 To be effective on 11/1/2010, House Bill 3241 signed into law 4/28/2010 to add to the state list of controlled substances
Puerto Rico Unregulated
Rhode Island Unregulated
South Carolina Unregulated
South Dakota Unregulated
Tennessee Illegal The governor signed bills (SB2982 and HB2968) on 05/26/2010 banning JWH-018 and several other substances. The substances became illegal on July 1, 2010 per law. Texas Municipal Restrictions No state regulation, but possession and use is illegal or restricted in the cities of Allen, Cleburne, Commerce(Must be 21) Dallas, Denton (city, not county), Duncanville, Ennis, Frisco,Gladewater, Greenville, Kilgore, Longview, Mansfield, McKinney, Mineral Wells, Overton, Plano, Port Arthur, Troup, Tyler, Sulphur Springs,, Van Alstyne, Watauga, Whitehouse and White Oak. Utah Legislation Proposed As of March 28, 2010, A bill creating a state drug advisory panel that could recommend the outlawing of spice is awaiting Gov. Gary Herbert's signature. On May 12, 2010, Salt Lake City police officers conducted a city-wide crackdown asking local shopkeepers to voluntarily remove it from their shelves. There have also been reports of police giving open container tickets for spice found in cars.On September 14, 2010, spice was banned in Ogden, Utah. As of September 20, 2010 Spice was banned in Roy, Utah Vermont Unregulated
Virgin Islands Unregulated
West Virginia Unregulated
Wisconsin Municipal Restrictions Sale, possession and use is illegal or restricted in the Cities of Eau Claire and LaCrosse.