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August 15, 2003 | Olga R. Rodriguez, Times Staff Writer
More than 100,000 marijuana plants with an estimated street value of $400 million were seized in the first 10 days of California's eradication program, the state attorney general's office said. The Campaign Against Marijuana Planting, or CAMP, was begun by the state Department of Justice on Aug. 4 and will continue through October. "With at least 100,000 plants destroyed in less than two weeks, I think we're well on our way to breaking our records," said CAMP commander Val Jimenez.
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