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Here's Why Former Canopy Growth CEO Bruce Linton Thinks Cannabis Stocks Should Get Off the Major Exchanges

·4 min read
Here's Why Former Canopy Growth CEO Bruce Linton Thinks Cannabis Stocks Should Get Off the Major Exchanges

Many of the big cannabis companies that operate in Canada, where pot is legal federally, trade on a major exchange such as the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX), the NASDAQ, or the New York Stock Exchange. Plant-touching marijuana businesses in the U.S., however, don't have that luxury due to the federal laws banning its sale and use domestically.