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A long line of people looking to purchase synthetic drugs queues up in front of the Last Place on Earth head shop in downtown Duluth in this Sept. 15, 2011, file photo. Forums News Service file photo

Duluth marks year without hub of synthetic drug activity

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DULUTH, Minn. – Mark Fredrickson is a much happier person these days.

The co-owner of ShelDon printing company on East Superior Street, Fredrickson feels the war on synthetic drugs in downtown Duluth has been won. After years of fighting what he describes as “true urban decay,” Fredrickson recently put about $10,000 worth of long-overdue improvements into his storefront.

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