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Anthony Birch and his wife have lived in their rural home southwest of Spokane, near Cheney, for a decade. But in the past couple of years, Birch says they can’t enjoy it like they once did: The smell of the nearby cannabis farm is too strong.
“It permeates at times in our house, and we find ourselves on a warm night having to get up to shut our windows,” Birch says. “I don’t care what the smell is produced by. It’s a nauseating smell. We don’t like it. We don’t know what it brings to us in the way of chemicals.”
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