Indiana Cuts Flights To Spot Marijuana Growing

Print More Budget concerns and fewer outdoor marijuana growing operations have kept the Indiana State Police’s drug aircraft largely on the ground this year, the Marion, Ind., Chronicle-Tribune says. State police Cpl. Mike Crabtree said budget cutbacks and high maintenance costs have been a big problem. The eradication program is funded by the state and a
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