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(NPR)   Obvious: farm chemicals poisoning local environment. FARK: marijuana farms   (npr.org) divider line 3
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2014-02-15 03:14:26 PM  
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Somaticasual: you don't see many illegal tobacco grow-ops popping up in national parks...


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Yes you do.
2014-02-15 04:24:02 PM  
1 votes:
There's an easier way. They hide in the woods so sell all the national and state forest land to loggers and have all the trees cut down. Then they can't hide the growths. It is the only solution
2014-02-15 03:13:09 PM  
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Cagey B: Illegal marijuana grows have been known to be causing extensive environmental damage for some time now.


If people don't want weed to wreck the environment, obviously they can simply choose to buy organic weed, perhaps certified through an independent company, the same way Fair Trade is. We don't need more government regulation - the Free Market (peace be upon it) will sort this out.
 
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