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Marijuana cultivation on our nations public lands is unlawful and is causing significant harm to communities across the West, said Acting Associate Attorney General Jesse Panuccio.The clear evidence shows that this dangerous activity is polluting our streams and rivers with toxic pesticides, harming protected fish and wildlife, and endangering the health and safety of the American people who otherwise look to our national forests and national parks for recreation and conservation. The Justice Department, including our Environment and Natural Resources Division,isproviding full support to fighting this illegality, in close cooperation with other federal, state, and local partners. By joining together to oppose the illegal growth of marijuana on public lands, we are working toenforcethe rule of lawin ourconservation areas and to protect the environment and natural resources upon which we all depend.
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