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How Tax Code Changes Affect State AG Settlement Talks

Earlier this year the U.S. Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service announced final regulations interpreting key amendments to the Internal Revenue Code regarding the deductibility of certain payments made to, or at the direction of, the government in order to resolve a government investigation or prosecution. In this Law360 article, “How Tax…

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Nebraska Attorney General Asked to Weigh In on Legality of Delta-8

July 20, 2021. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer reinvigorated the federal marijuana debate last week with the introduction of his Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act, which seeks to de-schedule cannabis and regulate cannabis sales, possession and use in a manner that balances individual liberty with public health and safety.

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In South Dakota, the AG and the Governor Are Sparring. What Does this Mean for Marijuana Deregulation in Other States?

As marijuana legalization rolls out across the nation, state AGs will play a critical role in the interpretation and development of marijuana policy and enforcement. In this Cannabis Business Executive article “In South Dakota, the AG and the Governor Are Sparring. What Does this Mean for Marijuana Deregulation in Other States?”, State AG Group members…

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Nonpartisanship and Commitment to Social Justice Mark First In-Person AG Conference Since Pandemic Began

The Attorney General Alliance (“AGA”) held its Annual Meeting in June, 2021. It was the first in-person bipartisan national AG conference since the beginning of the pandemic. Several Cozen O’Connor State AG Group attorneys, including co-chairs Bernie Nash and Lori Kalani, participated in the meeting, and member Mira Baylson spoke at two sessions. As in…

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