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    CA Police Arrest 100 at Pot Farm

    The bud of a marijuana plant grown by George and Jean Hanamoto is seen at their home in the Mendocino County community of Willits, Calif., Wednesday, May 28, 2008.  Under a law passed in 2000, allows county residents to grow up to 25 marijuana plants for medical, recreational or personal use.   A measure before county voters in the June 3 primary would scale back the law allowing only six plants to be grown.  George Hanamoto, 74, who uses marijuana to relieve glaucoma and for back pain, said cutting plant limits would hurt people like him because growing conditions mean he can't always get the maximum out of each plant.(AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)

    Rich Pedroncelli / AP Photo

    An enormous marijuana farm was found in California's Mendocino National Forest, an area so well-known for its pot plantations that it's called the Emerald Triangle. California police arrested 100 people allegedly cultivating a 900,000-acre marijuana plantation and seized 1,500 pounds of pot, 27 guns, and 11 vehicles. The Mendocino County Sherif said it didn't appear the farm was being used to grow medical marijuana. U.S. Attorney Melinda Haag said that 25 people were already facing federal charges.

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