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LOS ANGELES (AP) – Microsoft is dipping its toe in the legal marijuana business. The giant tech company is partnering with a startup that makes software for the booming legal cannabis industry. Los Angeles-based Kind Financial said Thursday that Microsoft will help it market its software to local and state government agencies that monitor marijuana growers or distributors for compliance with regulations governing pot production and sales. Microsoft Corp. is best known for making software 
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The agency gave no clue whether it will remove pot from its Schedule 1 category of dangerous drugs.   Editor’s Note: In light of Huffington Post’s report (below) about the DEA’s plans to decide by mid-year whether or not marijuana’s classification should be changed from a Schedule I to a Schedule II drug, Cannabis Business Times (CBT) reached out to the Marijuana Policy Project (MPP) for the organization’s insights on what a reclassification would mean 
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Setting up a cannabis business can be very risky. While we have been reading news that cannabis has been made legal in more than 20 states, there is also news that the federal law has not yet approved its use. What this basically means is that if you run a cannabis business in a state where it has been legalized, you can still run into legal problem. A small mistake can land you in big 
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  Setting up a cannabis business can be very risky. While we have been reading news that cannabis has been made legal in more than 20 states, there is also news that the federal law has not yet approved its use. What this basically means is that if you run a cannabis business in a state where it has been legalized, you can still run into legal problem. A small mistake can land you in 
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