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New York Governor Kathy Hochul is proposing new legislation to crack down on unlicensed businesses selling marijuana in the state.

Under the proposed law, stores that illegally sell cannabis products could face fines of up to $200,000.

The State Office of Cannabis Management would also be able to fine stores $10,000 a day for selling marijuana products illegally.

The move comes as New York City is struggling with hundreds of illegal shops selling marijuana products.

Meanwhile, a task force has been launched to address the issue.

In other news, the CEO of TikTok is set to testify before the House Energy and Commerce Committee today.

Lawmakers from both major political parties are concerned that the social media app steals personal information and poses a threat to national security.

The Biden administration has even threatened to ban the platform unless some changes are made.

However, the platform has one outspoken supporter in Congress, New York Congressman Jamal Brown, who rallied alongside TikTok creators and advocates yesterday.

The CEO of TikTok’s parent company, ByteDance, is expected to tell lawmakers that the company is not an agent of China, even though they are based in Beijing.

He will also outline steps to firewall U.S.

user data from unauthorized foreign access.

The Los Angeles-based social media company has been used to facilitate harm in tremendous ways, and Congressman Brown is calling for federal legislation to ensure the safety and security of everyone who uses social media.

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