When voters legalized marijuana three years ago, advocates said illegal operations would be pushed out and the state would make hundreds of millions in tax revenue. So far, those dreams have not panned out.

It’s getting close to harvest season for one of California’s largest cash crops – marijuana. Valued at more than $11 billion, it’s worth more than the state’s grape and almond industries combined. California grows more pot than any place in the country. Read the full story HERE