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Marijuana Included In Donation To Science Class

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Marijuana Included In Donation To Science Class

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A drug task force made a donation for students at Stewart County High School in Tennessee to use in agriculture classes. It was growing equipment they had seize. To the surprise of many, some marijuana was found among the donated items.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. Stewart County High School, in Tennessee, was in a high state of surprise. A drug task force made a donation for students to use in agriculture classes. It was growing equipment they had seized - lights and such that people use to grow, say, marijuana.

The surprise was what teacher Jordan McMillan found in the donation - some pot. This was reported by the local paper; believe it or not, the Leaf Chronicle. The school returned the pot; the equipment is in use growing tomato plants.

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