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Kamala Harris Says Marijuana “Gives A Lot Of People Joy” As She Reiterated Her Support For Legalization

Kamala Harris Says Marijuana “Gives A Lot Of People Joy” As She Reiterated Her Support For Legalization

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  • 62 percent of Americans want to legalize marijuana, so this is a political no-brainer. ( Who would have thought 20 years ago we’d be seeing those numbers?).

    I’m just not sure a presidential contender voicing her support by saying marijuana “gives a lot of people joy” is the way to go. Just seems like

    62 percent of Americans want to legalize marijuana, so this is a political no-brainer. ( Who would have thought 20 years ago we’d be seeing those numbers?).

    I’m just not sure a presidential contender voicing her support by saying marijuana “gives a lot of people joy” is the way to go. Just seems like it will come back to her at some point.

  • Irie mon... She inhaled brah...

    Refreshing honesty to admit it, but thou doth protest too much... Seems like the history of political stance is more dictated by positioning herself rather than what she really believes in... mon. Peaceout.

  • Revealing that she "smoked a joint" is meaningless. First she probably didn't do only one and if she did, she has no idea what pot use is.

    Personally I watched a family member's life spiral down to near ruin with use. Lost wife and family, constantly unemployed. No ambition.

    Harris is playing to the gallery!

  • She said “Half my family is from Jamaica, are you kidding me?”

  • Amen, Sister. However, let’s learn from the things that have not gone well in states that have legalized weed (anyone been to downtown Denver lately? Yikes.), and capitalize on the economic opportunity from FDIC’ing the cash that runs the industry.

  • Here we go, candidates of the future y’all.

  • Although not directly linked. There is an unusually high number of youth homelessness rates in states that have legalized marijuana.

    We should not make judgements on what should be legal based off of people's feelings but real data. As we have seen in states with legalization, a black market still exists

    Although not directly linked. There is an unusually high number of youth homelessness rates in states that have legalized marijuana.

    We should not make judgements on what should be legal based off of people's feelings but real data. As we have seen in states with legalization, a black market still exists because of high taxation.

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