‘Partial victory’ for remaining growers
Kettle Falls Five Rhonda Lee Firestack-Harvey embraces her son, Rolland Gregg, after they were acquitted on four of five federal pot charges Tuesday at the U.S. Courthouse in Spokane. They were convicted on one charge of growing marijuana by a federal jury. The case of the so-called “Kettle Falls Five” has been closely watched nationwide as an indicator of how tough the federal government will be in pursuing criminal marijuana charges in states that have legalized the drug for medicinal and recreational uses.
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