Robert Mikos

Vanderbilt University

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Law professor at Vanderbilt University, expert on federalism and drug law.

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Two working in Colorado’s legal cannabis say their jobs cost them their chances for American citizenship. Both are green card holders who applied for permanent citizenship.

Working in the legal cannabis industry costs two people their citizenship

Two working in Colorado’s legal cannabis say their jobs cost them their chances for American citizenship. Both are green card holders who applied for permanent citizenship.

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