Marijuana stocks rise as Kamala Harris claims that Joe Biden’s administration would decriminalize marijuana

Marijuana stocks rise as Kamala Harris claims that Joe Biden’s administration would decriminalize marijuana
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Democratic candidate Kamala Harris believes Biden would decriminalize marijuana. CNBC’s Melissa Lee, Tim Seymour and Karen Finerman, the Fast Money traders, Bonawyn Eison, Bonawyn Eison, and Guy Adami are joined by CNBC’s Melissa Lee. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO:

After Sen. Kamala Harris, the vice presidential nominee, declared Wednesday night that a Joe Biden administration would decriminalize pot at the federal level, stocks of marijuana producers Aurora Cannabis (ACB), Tilray(TLRY), and Hexo Corp.

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