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Facing federal hostility, cannabis merchants eye bitcoin
Cannabis merchants and payment processors face hurtles on the road to legitimacy due to regulatory challenges and uncertainties posed by a new presidential administration. U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions voiced his opposition to the Rohrabacher-Farr amendment in a May 1, 2017, letter to Congress. Enacted in 2014 as part of a larger budgetary bill, the amendment protects state-sanctioned medical marijuana dispensaries from being prosecuted by the Department of Justice, a grave mistake according to Sessions.
Medical Marijuana Stocks and Jeff Sessions: What the Future Holds
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is trying to undo federal medical marijuana protections, but not even he can derail the medical cannabis industry or medical marijuana stocks.
Marijuana Industry Insiders On Why The IRS Is Targeting Them — And How To Avoid Business Disruption
The Internal Revenue Service is reportedly trying to prove that marijuana businesses have been illegally trafficking in weed and aren't entitled to the tax deductions they have been claiming, several sources have reported.
New Compliance Tool Designed to Simplify Auditing
Simplifya’s CTO shares how cultivators can use the software to increase compliance through self-audits and better prepare for state inspections.
From Bud to Full Bloom
If you’ve been to Colorado lately, you’ve probably noticed more than a few marijuana dispensaries popping up on street corners. But what you may not have noticed is the number of ancillary businesses supporting the industry behind the scenes.
Cannasure and Simplifya Partner to Help Reduce Insurance Premiums
Cleveland-based Cannasure Insurance Services, a top cannabis insurance provider, announced today that it will offer discounts of up to 10% to its customers that use Simplifya’s regulatory compliance software.