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Wash. police have new target in drug chain supply


By Stuart Glascock,
The Los Angeles Times

TUKWILA, Wash. — First they noticed a spike in home-based marijuana growing operations. Seattle-area authorities shuttered 450 indoor pot farms in two years.

Then they zeroed in on the supply chain, targeting businesses that provide goods and services needed to grow the illegal weed indoors.

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