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How Would the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s Potential Reclassification of Cannabis Affect Georgia’s Medical Cannabis Industry?
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Matt Engle discusses the necessity for insurers to meet the changing coverage requirements of the cannabis industry by offering more options tailored to distributors, growers, processors, and retail dispensaries.
The post Insurers Must Play Catch-Up to Meet Cannabis Industry Needs appeared first on Cannabis Industry Journal.