05 Jun '11, 4am

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The article states: ""There are numerous licence holders out there that are growing way beyond the actual amounts of the licences. There are those who are possessing quantities far in excess of what their licence allows them." I don't have an issue with marijuana, but I can't follow the logic here. If there are limits on the amount grown, which are clearly outlined in the licenses, and police know of people who possess larger quanities than their license allows, why aren't they doing something about it? The article mentions that drug enforcement agents have a hard time building cases that are strong enough to hold up in court. But isn't the fact they're growing more than they've received "legal permission" to grow already an offense that can't be denied? What more do they need? send green star | flag as inappropriate Why is this inappropriate? Send Report Cancel Your repor...

Full article: http://www.care2.com/news/member/193692282/2826869

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