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Week in Review: California wildfires, Maryland medical cannabis lawsuit & Arkansas CPAs + MMJ

13 Oct Week in Review: California wildfires, Maryland medical cannabis lawsuit & Arkansas CPAs + MMJ

By John Schroyer, Bart Schaneman and Omar Sacirbey California’s wildfires could adversely affect marijuana crops, Maryland’s MMJ commission is taken to court, and Arkansas accountants get permission to serve cannabis firms. Here’s a closer look at some notable developments in the marijuana industry over the past week. Fires + industry vulnerability A series of raging wildfires in Northern California that have killed at least 21 have also wrought havoc on the state’s marijuana industry, with the San Francisco Chronicle reporting that at least two dozen cannabis farms have burned to the ground. The fires haven’t ... Week in Review: California wildfires, Maryland medical cannabis lawsuit & Arkansas CPAs + MMJ is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs

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