Feds Bust California 'Medical Marijuana' Providers

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In Northern California, federal drug agents have launched a crackdown on medical marijuana providers — the result of a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling that grants power to federal authorities to prosecute those using marijuana legally under state law. Judy Campbell of member station KQED reports.



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