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California's Dixon: NAIC, Congress Work to Clarify Insurance Role in Cannabis Coverage

Camille Dixon, director of the Cannabis Insurance Initiative, California Department of Insurance, said cannabis-related businesses have been finding coverage in the E&S market, but regulators aim to move coverage to the admitted market.

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