Chinese-funded pot farms with exploited labor from China proliferating in the U. : State of the World from NPR Chinese-funded marijuana farms are popping up across the United States. Many of them exploit workers from China. We go to New Mexico, which has seen the rise of such farms and explore the reasons why this is happening.

The Connection Between Chinese Money and Labor and U.S.-Grown Marijuana

The Connection Between Chinese Money and Labor and U.S.-Grown Marijuana

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In New Mexico's Torrance County, there has been an increase in high-profile marijuana busts in recent years. NPR hide caption

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In New Mexico's Torrance County, there has been an increase in high-profile marijuana busts in recent years.

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Chinese-funded marijuana farms are popping up across the United States. Many of them exploit workers from China. We go to New Mexico, which has seen the rise of such farms and explore the reasons why this is happening.