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Source Weekly Update Podcast 7/4/19 

Tense Legislative Session Comes To End, Got Hemp-A Debate in Medical Marijuana Legislation and Farming, and the Opening of Miyagi Ramen

The Source Weekly Update Podcast! Happy Independence Day! This week, tune in for the conclusion following a tense legislative session that finally comes to an end, Got Hemp(?) and the Opening of Miyagi Ramen—all on the July 4, 2019 edition of the podcast.

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