Feds Raid Medical Marijuana School

    A binder showcasing high-grade marijuana buds and other cannabis are displayed at the Coffeeshop Blue Sky dispensary, Saturday, Feb. 16, 2008, in Oakland, Calif. Oaksterdam University, in Oakland, teaches students how to grow and cook with cannabis, for those interested in working in California's medicinal marijuana industry. (AP Photo/Dino Vournas)

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    Federal agents raided the so-called “Princeton of Pot,” a cannabis cultivation college in Oakland, California on Monday morning as part of a wider crackdown on the legalization of medicinal marijuana in California and other states. A special agent for the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s San Francisco Division confirmed the raid  but declined to go into details. Feds also raided the home of founder Richard Lee and several other locations in the area where Lee had recently scattered his repository after his landlord received a warning notice from the U.S. attorney, thouh no arrests were made.

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