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Mississippi’s Top Utility Walks Back Remarks About Cutting Power To Marijuana Facilities

The state's main supplier of electricity  announced it would not turn off the lights and was planning to ask for federal guidance.   

Mississippi’s Main Power Supplier Refuses To Provide Electricity To Legal Weed Businesses

The agency announced that since it is a federally-owned utility company, it must adhere to federal drug laws. So, off with the lights.
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