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Listed underneath are her most recent publications with a more extensive list under the Publications tab:

Houser, K. A. & Sanders, D. (2017). The use of big data by the IRS: efficient solution or the end of privacy as we know it? Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment & Technology Law, 19-4.

Chen, L., Gramlich, J., and Houser, K. A. (2017). The effects of board gender diversity on a firm’s financial and reputation risk strategy. Accounting and Finance, 57-3.

Houser, K. A., Sanders, D. and Gramlich, J. (2016). How current tax law policy is impacting the marijuana industry. Special Report. Tax Notes. 150-8, 899-911. Also published in State Tax Notes. 79-8, 583-594.

Houser, K. A. (2015). What Inconsistent Federal Policy Means for Marijuana Business Owners: Washington’s I-502 and the Federal Controlled Substances Act. Gonzaga Law Review, 50-3, 305-335.

Gramlich, J. & Houser, K. A. (2015). Marijuana business and Section 280E: Potential pitfalls for both clients and advisers. The Tax Adviser, 46-7, 524-533 (authors listed in alphabetical order).