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The Central Valley's marijuana sites are moving out, as federal drug agents move in to clear them.
Last week, federal prosecutors vowed to go after for-profit grows and dispensaries across the state.
The warning: shut down in 45 days or face civil and criminal action.
Federal drug enforcement agents are now delivering on that promise.
Originally posted by Quickfix
reply to post by AllUrChips
What about all the dispensaries that were raided for no reason?
We always here about a raid on a dispensary (every year or so) when there really was no cause for it.
It happens all too much, even if they were excluded from the 16 that were warned it still happens to people it shouldn't.
For the past three decades, Uncle Sam has been providing a handful of patients with some of the highest grade marijuana around. The program grew out of a 1976 court settlement that created the country's first legal pot smoker.
Originally posted by BIGPoJo
Not to be a party pooper but look at this thread.