Synthetic drug makers are finding new ways to sell directly to consumers, bypassing regulations and the Drug Enforcement Agency. By manipulating chemical structures and exploiting loopholes in drug laws, marijuana, ecstasy and meth substitutes are finding their ways onto convenience stores shelves and into the hands of consumers. While the DEA has been more aggressively targeting the drug makers, a variety of issues continue to stand in the agency's way. Lindsay France discusses the controversy and recent crackdown with RT's Meghan Lopez, who produced a special series on the topic for RT America.

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