B.C. Bud Becomes A Big Pot Problem For Minnesota

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B.C. Bud, potent marijuana hydroponically grown in British Columbia that has fueled a multimillion-dollar narcotics-smuggling industry in the Pacific Northwest, is invading Minnesota, says the Minneapolis Star Tribune. “The problem has migrated east — into border towns in North Dakota and Minnesota and as far as Detroit,” said Mike Milne of U.S. Customs and Border
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