SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A federal crackdown on marijuana grows has lead to more than a million plants being uprooted.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Sacramento released the numbers Wednesday. In July and August, they seized $1.5 billion worth of pot on public lands.
The raids took place in seven Western states, including Oregon and California. The most pot plants were found in California, with more than $800,000 in all.