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Detroit's Cobo Center to host cannabis business expo in December

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Experts in Michigan's ever-changing cannabis industry will host a business seminar at Detroit's Cobo Center next month.

The event is set for Friday, Dec. 8 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Legal experts, including attorneys Barton W. Morris, Jr. and Craig Aronoff of the Cannabis Legal Group, will be on hand to answer questions regarding Michigan's changing medicinal marijuana laws.
Other topics to be discussed include emergency regulations, licensing application requirements, municipal licensing and lobbying, business planning, operating agreements, and chemical testing requirements, among others. Experts in cultivation facility construction, dispensary design, equipment are also expected to be on hand.
The event includes breakfast and lunch. Tickets and more information are available here.

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