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Video: Owner of DEA-Targeted Garden Center Says 'This Type of Harassment to These Types of People is Not Going to be Accepted'

Midwest Hydroganics owner Joe Vota said he was surprised by the "overwhelming amount of support from across the country."

Credit: Joseph Hosey
Credit: Joseph Hosey
The owner of Midwest Hydroganics indoor garden center said news of the DEA staking out his store has been great for business and believes the reaction is indicative of the public's attitude toward marijuana.

The DEA launched at least 11 investigations of men and women seen shopping at Midwest Hydroganics.

"In this day and age, this type of harassment to these types of people is not going to be accepted," said store owner Joe Vota.

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