Desert Hot Springs looks to become leader in cannabis cultivation
Tom Tucker, CBS Local 2 Morning Anchor, email@example.com
Patrick Edgell, Digital Content Director – KESQ & CBS Local 2, firstname.lastname@example.org
The city of Desert Hot Springs is on the verge of experiencing what could turn out to be the biggest economic boon in the history of the city.
Investors and entrepreneurs are spending millions of dollars, buying up land and drafting plans to build huge, indoor marijuana growing operations.
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