The use of tear gas has become prolific. With unrest around the globe intensifying, in places like Hong Kong and Iraq, the non-lethal weapons industry is expected to surge. By 2023, this industry could make nearly $ 12 billion dollars in revenue. So, where does all this tear gas come from? It turns out, a lot of that manufacturing is happening on U.S. soil.
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