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Listen: Hermantown hits pause on edible cannabis

On today’s episode, a moratorium on THC gummies, the death of a longtime Range senator, traffic changes coming to Lowell Elementary, and more.

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Here is your Duluth News Tribune Minute podcast for Monday, August 15, 2022.

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The Hermantown City Council approved a six-month moratorium to allow the city to develop regulations and explore options regarding the sale of edible THC products.

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