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Joe Bedwick, left, and Linsey Stillwell, right, of Cozen O'Connor. Joe Bedwick, left, and Linsey Stillwell, right, of Cozen O’Connor.

As the COVID-19 pandemic sweeps across the United States and much of the world, businesses across all industries have struggled to endure the widespread repercussions of the crisis. While the crisis has tested nearly all businesses, it has exposed the unique institutional difficulties facing the cannabis industry in the United States. The complex and fractured legal and regulatory framework that governs the industry’s operations in the United States, coupled with the impact that the crisis has had on legislative initiatives, has led industry participants to question whether the COVID-19 pandemic may open doors for the industry or whether it may halt years of progress.

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