ASSIGNMENT ID
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SUBJECT AREA Tourism
CREATED ON 24th January 2018
COMPLETED ON 26th January 2018
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The Legalization of Cannabis and Marijuana Tourism

Hello, I need someone who can write a 2 pages literature review with an abstract using 3 credible sources in APA style. I attached the first draft of the document which explain the direction I want to take in this paper and expectations along with thesis statement. Thank you, Ariel Salcedo
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