KSBW | Gov. Gavin Newsom has announced California will crack down harder on a drug that’s typically used as an animal tranquilizer and has now hit the streets— xylazine, often called "tranq." [...] Under the new laws, xylazine will be labeled a controlled substance. But, it won't affect vets using it properly for animals. This way, those who use or sell it illegally will face tougher punishments, while veterinarians can still use it for its intended purpose. Cont.
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