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The officers would only say they were searching for narcotics.

Addie had a thought: It's because of the hydroponic garden, she told her husband, they are looking for pot. But after two hours of fruitless search, the officers showed the Hartes a warrant. Indeed, the hunt was for marijuana. Addie and Bob were flabbergasted - all this for pot?

The officers would only say they were searching for narcotics.

Addie had a thought: It's because of the hydroponic garden, she told her husband, they are looking for pot. But after two hours of fruitless search, the officers showed the Hartes a warrant. Indeed, the hunt was for marijuana. Addie and Bob were flabbergasted - all this for pot?

The officers would only say they were searching for narcotics.

Addie had a thought: It's because of the hydroponic garden, she told her husband, they are looking for pot. But after two hours of fruitless search, the officers showed the Hartes a warrant. Indeed, the hunt was for marijuana. Addie and Bob were flabbergasted - all this for pot?

BOSTON — Marijuana users would pay substantially higher taxes, while city and town officials would have more leverage to ban retail pot shops, under a raft of rules proposed for the state’s legal weed industry.