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Marijuana News Today: Marijuana Stocks Could Explode Following EU Support

Profit Confidential Thursday, 14 February 2019
Marijuana News Today
We have big news coming out of Europe in the marijuana news today, as the European Union (EU) parliament voted on a resolution to encourage the adoption of medical marijuana regulation across the largest economic market in the world. (Source: "European Parliament Passes Cannabis Resolution, Joins WHO In Supporting Medical Marijuana," Forbes, February 13, 2019.)

Now, before we get ahead of ourselves, there are some very important caveats.

First of all, this is not an EU marijuana.

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