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February 10, 2015

Posted  February 10, 2015

Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, along with the Illinois Attorney General and 41 other attorneys general, asked nine oil companies to collaborate with their franchisees to help eliminate synthetic drugs from retail locations operating under their brand names, including gas station and convenience stores. Included among the oil companies addressed in the multi-state request are: British Petroleum, Chevron Corporation, Citgo Petroleum Corporation, Exxon Mobil Corporation, Marathon Petroleum Corporation, Phillips 66, Shell Oil Company, Sunoco, and Valero Energy Corporation. According to the attorneys general, many of the well-known retail gas stations and convenience stores operating under these brands give the appearance of safety and legitimacy to dangerous synthetic products sold there. FL

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