Alan Schreiber walks through rows of organic cantaloupe on his farm in Franklin County, Washington. Schreiber wants to grow marijuana and says growers will find ways to get water, regardless of what the federal government says.
Alan Schreiber walks through rows of organic cantaloupe on his farm in Franklin County, Washington. Schreiber wants to grow marijuana and says growers will find ways to get water, regardless of what the federal government says. MCT
Alan Schreiber walks through rows of organic cantaloupe on his farm in Franklin County, Washington. Schreiber wants to grow marijuana and says growers will find ways to get water, regardless of what the federal government says. MCT

Feds won’t allow water for pot growers

May 20, 2014 11:57 AM

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