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USA-MARIJUANA/NATIVEAMERICANS
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February 06, 2015
Angela James, vice chairperson of the tribal council on the 250-member Pinoleville Pomo Nation, is seen...
UKIAH, UNITED STATES
Angela James, vice chairperson of the tribal council on the 250-member Pinoleville Pomo Nation, is seen...
Angela James, vice chairperson of the tribal council on the 250-member Pinoleville Pomo Nation, is seen in Ukiah, California January 23, 2015. An initial, 10,000-square-foot state-of-the art greenhouse is due to be erected within weeks on the land in Ukiah owned by Pinoleville Pomo Nation. It's the initial phase of a joint marijuana production and processing venture believed to be the first of its kind in the nation. The endeavor is expected to trigger similar ventures to bring cannabis cash to Native Americans, like the windfalls from tribal casinos and tax-free cigarettes sales. But the new opportunity has sparked controversy as tribes struggle with concerns about historically high rates of substance abuse. Picture taken January 23. To match Feature USA-MARIJUANA/NATIVEAMERICANS REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT HEALTH BUSINESS SOCIETY DRUGS)
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