Mexican Cartels Are Growing Marijuana In California’s National Forests

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Drug trafficking organizations now doing business in U.S. national forests, exploiting public land to illegally grow marijuana. In California, where resources are stretched thin by wildfires, Mexican drug traffickers have been emboldened to expand their operations. NBC senior investigative correspondent Cynthia McFadden reports for TODAY.

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