Oklahoma's Attorney General Gentner Drummond commented on a new law signed by Gov. Kevin Stitt that is designed to assist law enforcement in combatting unlawful marijuana cultivation in the state.

“The illegal marijuana industry is crawling with Mexican cartels and Chinese crime syndicates that pose a serious threat to public safety, particularly in our rural communities,” Drummond said.

He added that the new legislation will provide the Attorney General's Office and law enforcement partners with the necessary means and power to put an end to these hazardous criminal activities, per Journal Record.

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