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In this Jan. 8 photo Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine speaks at West Carrollton Middle School in West Carrollton, Ohio. On Thursday, DeWine announced a new rule has gone into effect in Ohio that permanently bans two new chemical compounds known as PB-22 and 5F-PB-22. The chemicals are often sprayed on plant material to mimic the effect of marijuana. The drugs can have effects similar to, but longer-lasting, than amphetamines. (AP Photo/Al Behrman)
CLEVELAND: In his speech Thursday night accepting the Republican nomination, Donald Trump stretched the facts on numerous occasions, got them right in other cases and cherry-picked data to make his case for the presidency. The speech was accompanied by 282 footnotes, primarily from mainstream media outlets and government sources, to support his claims.