COYLE, Okla.—Finding marijuana crops in Oklahoma these days is easy, said Logan County Sheriff’s Deputy Chris Tillman, as he stared at rows of cannabis greenhouses surrounded by fields of red-dirt farmland.

Figuring out if they are legal—well, that is another matter. “It’s not always clear what we should be looking for,” Deputy Tillman said.

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