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Chicago officials will start tracking businesses that sell CBD products. Here's why

CHICAGO - As CBD products become more common on store shelves throughout Chicago, city officials are keeping track of businesses that say they are selling the increasingly trendy products.

The move comes as officials around the country start to crack down on retailers selling certain kinds of CBD products. Short for cannabidiol, CBD is

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