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The Cannabis Industry and Public Media Underwriting

There have been significant changes in state laws over the past few years that regulate the sale of marijuana, but that hasn't made the question of whether or not to accept underwriting from dispensaries any less thorny. The conflict between state and federal law still exists, and there may be additional considerations given the current administration’s approach to marijuana prosecutions. And what about businesses or products relating to the cannabis industry that aren’t directly engaged in the sale or distribution of marijuana (think hemp or CBD oil, for example)? Join Garvey Schubert Barer attorneys Brad Deutsch and Aaron Edelman for a primer on all things cannabis and public media underwriting.
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