Police Chief Tom Chapman stands Oct. 26, 2012 in The Plaza in Arcata, Calif. Fed up with the proliferation of large-scale indoor marijuana growing operations in residential neighborhoods, some city leaders ares asking voters to endorse a tax on electricity intended to force growers out of town. Chapman says neighbors of grow houses are increasingly calling police to complain about grow houses, which are ruining the neighborliness of neighborhoods. (AP Photo/Jeff Barnard)

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Police Chief Tom Chapman stands Oct. 26, 2012 in The Plaza in Arcata, Calif. Fed up with the proliferation of large-scale indoor marijuana growing operations in residential neighborhoods, some city leaders ares asking voters to endorse a tax on electricity intended to force growers out of town. Chapman says neighbors of grow houses are increasingly calling police to complain about grow houses, which are ruining the neighborliness of neighborhoods. (AP Photo/Jeff Barnard)
Police Chief Tom Chapman stands Oct. 26, 2012 in The Plaza in Arcata, Calif. Fed up with the proliferation of large-scale indoor marijuana growing operations in residential neighborhoods, some city leaders ares asking voters to endorse a tax on electricity intended to force growers out of town. Chapman says neighbors of grow houses are increasingly calling police to complain about grow houses, which are ruining the neighborliness of neighborhoods. (AP Photo/Jeff Barnard)
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