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Do Cannabis Patents Lack Utility?

Cannabis-related U.S. patents have been issued since at least the mid-1990s. But if the only way to practice a cannabis patent involves breaking federal law, does the patent lack utility?  See our post, “What’s the Use – Do Cannabis Patents Have Utility?,” on our cannabis law blog, Legally Grown, to read more.

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