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Cops and Pot, by Grandpa Grow 

A frank and detailed account of various marijuana growing operations.

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Former radio talk-show host Martin Davies, of Utah, authored this paper and provided it to law enforcement as one way to reduce his sentence on federal marijuana convictions, as reported in City Weekly's Nov. 25, 2009, cover story, "The Dopest Plea Deal Ever." 

Rarely does the public receive such frank and detailed descriptions of marijuana growing operations from those who know the business best.

(return to "Weed Goes West: Utahs search for the American Dream in California's marijuana 'green rush,' " City Weekly's Sept. 29, 2010, cover story)

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