Agents Find Pot Hidden In Rail Cars
RENEE MONTAGNE, Host:
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Some people have a thing about a joint and a can of beer. In Nogales, Arizona, drug sniffing dogs on rail cars detected something other than brew in boxes labeled beer. The real contents: 800 pounds of pot seized by federal agents.
In Hailey, Idaho, arresting marijuana users is not a high priority. But police did charge two young men, given that they were smoking pot and drinking beer while driving down Main Street.
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