14 Mar Is your cannabis business prepared for greater scrutiny from the feds in the post-Cole Memo era?
Posted at 13:08h in Ancillary Marijuana Companies, Attorney general Jeff Sessions, cole memo, Featured, Legal & Regulatory News for Marijuana Businesses, marijuana compliance, MMJ Business Daily, protecting your marijuana business 0 CommentsAfter Attorney General Jeff Sessions ripped up the Cole Memo and gave U.S. attorneys greater leeway to prosecute marijuana businesses, many industry executives and experts wondered whether the days of the federal government leaving legal cannabis alone were over. Sessions’ decision, disclosed in a Jan. 4 memo, raised three questions: Would there be a return to 2010-2012? That’s when federal agents routinely raided marijuana dispensaries and grows in California and other states, making the cannabis industry a treacherous one to do business in.
Should marijuana businesses be prepared to fight against federal intervention?
Has the marijuana industry entered a new normal marked by heightened caution and worry? Is your cannabis business prepared for greater scrutiny from the feds in the post-Cole Memo era? is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs
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