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Months after a Times investigation into corrupt and deadly cannabis industry, state leaders signal a


JAN. 30, 2023 5:52 AM PT

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Cannabis has become a multibillion-dollar industry in California, but some parts of that green machine could face new scrutiny from state lawmakers.<