CBN News Reports how marijuana legalization in Oklahoma has emboldened cartels and Chinese investors who want to grow illicit marijuana:

It’s no secret that Oklahoma’s farmland is changing hands rapidly, and not for the traditional crops of wheat, corn, or cotton. Since the legalization of medical marijuana in the state 8 years ago, Oklahoma’s farmland has become a hot commodity for those looking to grow cannabis, with a significant number of these buyers being foreign investors, primarily from China.

Oklahoma, once celebrated for its picturesque landscapes and fertile fields, has sustained generations of farmers with income and provided Americans with essential food.

However, the Oklahoma fields of green are now a sought-after real estate commodity, generating interest from around the world.