Canopy Growth CEO Bruce Linton explains why he wanted Acreage Holdings

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Canadian licensed cannabis producer Canopy Growth (Canopy Growth Stock Quote, Chart TSX:WEED, NYSE:CGC) turned heads last month when it agreed to buy US multi-state operator Acreage Holdings if and when marijuana gets the go-ahead at the federal level, a legislative and social change which still could take years, if ever, to arrive. But Canopy CEO […]

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