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Stocks of cannabis producers, Aurora Hashish (ACB), Tilray (TLRY) and Hexo Corp. (HEXO), are rising once again, after vice presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris vowed right via Wednesday night’s debate with Vice President Mike Pence that a Joe Biden administration would decriminalize marijuana at the federal stage.
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