State CPA societies shift into high gear.
By Liz Gold
Voters across the United States showed their support for cannabis during the 2018 midterms, with three states approving new markets and more than a handful of new governors who support the industry.
In addition, Democrats were able to take over the House of Representatives, which tips the scales more in favor of easing some of the liabilities many cannabusinesses face.
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