California wages war against illegal weed farms; Gov. Newsom wants Trump to pay some costs


More than a year after recreational marijuana became legal in California , the state is waging war against unlicensed pot shops and redoubling efforts to stamp out illegal marijuana farms using National Guard troops. “We work with law enforcement to look at big grows on public lands that have the deleterious environmental effects and pose a safety risk to folks that might be wanting to enjoy the public lands, for hiking or otherwise,” said Lt. Col.

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