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Eye On America (Drugs: DEA vs. Hydroponic Garden Stores) #350804

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, May 04, 1993
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: John Blackstone) The DEA's campaign against hydroponic garden stores in its war on drugs featured; scenes shown while the stories of several people under the DEA's watch are told. [Atlanta suburbanites Melinda and Mike BRANNUM, garden store owners Gary and Joanne TUCKER - describe being raided by the DEA.] [DEA administrator Robert BONNER - says hydroponic techniques are used in marijuana growing.] [Hydroponic equipment company's Larry BROOKS - calls the DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) a renegade agency.] DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) surveillance of garden stores across the nation shown. [Chicago garden store owner David ITTEL, customer Frank SCASH - comment on the DEA surveillance.]

Blackstone, John;
Rather, Dan

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