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Thanks for the article! Interesting to read how they charge costs. Laws must vary state to state as far as CO-OP's and what they make for profit. From what I was told by Legal people here was if me and my partner would sell our bio and make a profit, we would need all kinds of permits and pay taxes. Since we divide the costs between us, we get to avoid this hassle. If more people joined, as long as we continued to only cover costs, we would be able to continue as is. Maybe this is just South Dakota though?
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