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Cannabis stocks pull back after rallying on DEA’s plans to reclassify marijuana

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Canopy Growth Corp., Tilray Brands Inc. and Curaleaf Holdings Inc. were among cannabis stocks that were sliding into the red on Wednesday, a day after news of the federal government’s plans to reclassify marijuana.

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