As marijuana legalization continues to progress across the country, it’s interesting to find parallels with that and other movements. Today, Hilary Bricken compares those efforts to the push for marriage equality. Over on LXBN, Zosha writes on how the Netflix tax in Chicago faces a very real legal challenge.
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- Marijuana Legalization and Marriage Equality: Similar but Different – Seattle lawyer Hilary Bricken of Harris Moure’s Canna Law Group on the firm’s Canna Law Blog
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