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In Massachusetts, I bet there is a couple scratching their heads for the last month, trying to figure out how to get their finances in order after the Court of Appeals for the First Circuit ruled on March 5 that the husband was not entitled to the protections afforded by a Chapter 13 bankruptcy because he was employed at a business that legally cultivated cannabis within the state, even as it remained illegal as a matter of federal law.

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