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Pot growers could be blamed for bad radio reception

  • Those who use AM radio frequencies and ham are not happy as there's a proliferation in marijuana operations. USA Today notes that medical and recreational marijuana is now allowed in half the country and the process uses up a lot of electricity. 

    "We just want to make sure the manufacturers are in compliance with FCC laws," radio association ARRL rep said.

    A spokesman for the FCC mentioned that they know about the issue but they are more worried about cellphone jammers. 

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