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Leave Jeff Sessions Out of Tax Audit, Feds Tell Colorado Marijuana Dispensary

The U.S. attorney general's cancellation of the Cole Memo "does not mean that petitioners now face an elevated danger of self-incrimination by cooperating with the IRS audits," a Justice Department tax lawyer tells a Colorado judge.       
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