Four businesses that were placed on the Marine's "off limits" list for selling synthetic marijuana are now off the list.
Early last month Cherry Point placed 19 businesses on the list, while Camp Lejeune did the same thing to another 24 who they say sold "Spice" and "K2".
Now Cherry Point has lifted the "off limits" directive for the US Mini-Mart, Expressway LTD, and Food Fare, which are all located in Havelock along with Merv's Joke Shop in Morehead City.
The base says Cherry Point's Commanding Officer Col. Philip Zimmerman took them off the list after they presented evidence that the businesses no longer sold the synthetic marijuana.
While the substance is legal in most states, Marines were told last year that they could not use it.
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