Congressman Jared Huffman penned a bipartisan letter to the United States Sentencing Commission last week urging a revision of guidelines for criminals charged with trespass drug cultivation on both private and public lands. Mr. Huffman, who represents largely rural northern California, pointed to the growing presence of industrial-scale marijuana operations on national forest and parklands and said that . . .

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