Colorado Governor Asks Congress To Let Marijuana Businesses Get Coronavirus Aid Funds
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April 13, 2020
Even as many states deem marijuana businesses to be “essential” operations that can continue their activities during the coronavirus pandemic, ongoing federal cannabis prohibition means they can’t get access to relief funds available to other industries under COVID-19 legislation passed by Congress.
The governor of Colorado is seeking to change that.
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