Sarah Loya, the general counsel of Atlanta-based cannabis company Surterra Wellness, says when she is asked what kind of legal needs she faces, her stock answer is—”every one of them.”

That makes sense for a company aiming to be a major player an industry with explosive growth around the country—all while the federal government and a shrinking number of states consider trafficking in its main product to be a criminal act.

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