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Medical cannabis collectives and dispensaries can't afford to pay their federal taxes without 280E Reform, and their closure would put tens of thousands of patients at risk.
Read the dispensary FAQs to learn more about 280E's impact on collectives and dispensaries.
IRS Code Sec. 280E, designed to combat drug trafficking, is now being used as a tool to impose taxes and fines on medical cannabis dispensaries, threatening their closure.
Click here to learn more about 280E's impact on medical cannabis patients.
The 280E Reform Team seeks medical cannabis industry support, volunteers and donations for education, public outreach and litigation. Our initial fundraising goal is $200,000.
Donate today to 280E Reform; or learn how to offer your help in other ways.
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