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Here's What You Should Remember Before Hitting Sports Authority's Store-Closing Sales

It's not going to be all discounted delight in the aisles of doomed Sports Authority stores.
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"Although we do not dispute that sugar cane is a member of the vegetable kingdom in the broad sense ... FDA considers the term ... to refer more narrowly to edible plant parts that consumers are accustomed to eating as vegetables in their diet. Sugar cane is not a vegetable in this sense." —The FDA, explaining no matter how you make it, sugar from sugar cane is still sugar. 

“We will be helping our members figure out how is best for them to ingest their cannabis.” — Founder of San Francisco’s pot-friendly gym explaining how things will work to Tech Insider.
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