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Hillary Clinton Talks Pot, Politics, and Snoop on Kimmel

Watch out, Bernie. Hillary is stepping up her marijuana game.

by MERRY JANE Staff

by MERRY JANE Staff

This has been a huge week for weed!

First New Orleans decriminalizes marijuana, and now presidential hopeful Hillary Rodham Clinton has finally set the record straight on her stance on legalization.

On Jimmy Kimmel Live Thursday, Clinton said the best move is to remove weed from the list of Schedule I substances so more research can be done on its benefits.

Still, Clinton's stance on ganja isn't quite as progressive as her Democratic rival Bernie Sanders, who has called for legalziation across the board. 

"I think what the states are doing right now needs to be supported," Clinton said in the interview. "But I want to see what the states learn from that experience because there are still a lot of questions that we have to answer at the federal level."

In the interview, Kimmel also mentions Snoop Dogg's reported endorsement of Clinton, which happened earlier last year. Snoop hasn't confirmed where he stands now in this rapidly changing political landscape, but it was a good plug for Clinton.

Comment below with the candidate whose marijuana politics align most with your views.

Is it Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton or another candidate?


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Hillary Clinton Talks Pot, Politics, and Snoop on Kimmel

Watch out, Bernie. Hillary is stepping up her marijuana game.

by MERRY JANE Staff

by MERRY JANE Staff

This has been a huge week for weed!

First New Orleans decriminalizes marijuana, and now presidential hopeful Hillary Rodham Clinton has finally set the record straight on her stance on legalization.

On Jimmy Kimmel Live Thursday, Clinton said the best move is to remove weed from the list of Schedule I substances so more research can be done on its benefits.

Still, Clinton's stance on ganja isn't quite as progressive as her Democratic rival Bernie Sanders, who has called for legalziation across the board. 

"I think what the states are doing right now needs to be supported," Clinton said in the interview. "But I want to see what the states learn from that experience because there are still a lot of questions that we have to answer at the federal level."

In the interview, Kimmel also mentions Snoop Dogg's reported endorsement of Clinton, which happened earlier last year. Snoop hasn't confirmed where he stands now in this rapidly changing political landscape, but it was a good plug for Clinton.

Comment below with the candidate whose marijuana politics align most with your views.

Is it Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton or another candidate?


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MERRY JANE Staff

MERRY JANE is based in Los Angeles, California and is dedicated to elevating the discussion around cannabis culture.



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