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Ivory Trafficking

A gallery owner in La Jolla, California, and his employee will pay a combined $210,000 in fines related to the possession for sale of hundreds of pieces of art containing ivory – the largest penalty since the state banned the sale of ivory in 2016.

SAN DIEGO – A gallery owner in La Jolla, California, and his employee will pay a combined $210,000 in fines related to the possession for sale of hundreds of pieces of art containing ivory – the largest penalty since the state banned the sale of ivory in 2016.

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