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Michigan's New Cannabis Liability Insurance Requirements Raise Concerns by Licensees, Insurers

August 23, 2022 (1 min read)

Read this Legal Developments coverage to get an overview of the Wolverine State’s new “leap before you look” legislation that unintentionally may make Michigan cannabis companies and their insurers scramble to determine how to comply with onerous regulations around mandatory product liability insurance. This legislation is likely to cause unintended problems for the state's cannabis businesses.

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