I do live in one of those states...
Having pot growing be legal, for any reason, sure makes it difficult to
keep a clean spectrum.
I can only hope that when Oregon fully legalizes growth of pot, (and it
will, right now it is medical only), it disallows home growing like, (I
believe), Washington State did... Oregon currently allows home growing
and sales if you are licensed.
If Oregon changes that to be only State Supplied, then that should tend
to reduce the number of non-legal grow operations, and hence the RFI.
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On Sun, 2013-06-02 at 07:58 -0400, David C. Hallam wrote:
> On the other hand this may be a consequence of legalizing the sale and
> possession of marijuana if you live in one of those states.
> On 6/2/2013 7:18 AM, Cortland Richmond wrote:
> > Fliers may not be necessary; I am sure there are some members in law
> > enforcement, and as some may even live in your area, your reports here
> > may already have been enough for search warrants to be issued. The FCC
> > will of course be interested -- eventually -- and between them and the
> > DEA your growers may decide to find another place to raise hemp,
> > change business, or face lodging in the Gray Bar Hotel.
> > Cortland
> > KA5S
> > On 6/1/2013 2034, David Cole wrote:
> >> We are getting ready to start putting out fliers at the grow light
> >> shops... Pointing them at the ARRL web site, and a few others...
> >> We are taking a log term approach to this... I want there to be only
> >> clean grow lights around me, I can't track them all down, so the best
> >> way is a group effort...
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