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A major fire safety group is updating its codes to include a section devoted to marijuana cultivation and processing sites, a sign that cannabis businesses will need to be increasingly focused on these types of guidelines.

The National Fire Protection Association, a member-based nonprofit that develops codes and standards for fire safety, has been working on the chapter for more than a year, Kristin Bigda, the group’s principal fire protection engineer, told the Denver Post.

Bigda headed a task force made up of NFPA and marijuana industry officials to draft the chapter’s code language.

The newspaper also noted that

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