Answer: I wouldn't cut the leaves off - the plant won't look very attractive! Green spots could indicate insect feeding (look on the underside of the leaf), or it might even have been caused by a water drop on a leaf in full sunshine (burned tissues). Dracaena is generally disease free, but the right conditions could expose it to bacterial or fungal infections. It's also possible that the leaves were damaged while in the nursery or in transit. I'd watch the plant carefully. If the spotting spreads to other leaves, you may want to have the plant replaced (check with your nursery for their policy). Best wishes with your garden!
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