Kamala Harris, the push for legal marijuana, says she smoked pot in college: “I shall breathe in,’

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California, Sr., Kamala Harris, reaffirm their support for marijuana legalization at the Federal level, confirmed on Monday that said they smoked pot in the past: “I have. And I inhaled. I inhale.”

The 2020 Democratic presidential candidate said in the debate on the broader use of the drug, “I think there are a lot of people joy. And we need more joy in the world.”


Harris made her comments to “The Breakfast Club”, the New York City-based nationally-syndicated radio program hosted by DJ Envy, Angela Yee and Charlamagne tha God. The program advertises that it will show “the most dangerous in the morning.”

“It was a long time ago, but Yes. I broke the news,” said senator and former Golden State attorney general, as you use about your past pot. She added that she smoked weed in school and that “it was a joint.”

The subject came up in the case of Harris, the daughter of the Indian and Jamaican immigrants, was asked by the hosts about the rumors, she turns against marijuana legalization.

“That’s not true. Look, I’m joking about joking about it. Half of my family comes from Jamaica, are you kidding me,” she said, laughing.

But Harris said: “we need research on the effects of weed on a developing brain,” said the measurement, such as marijuana also people affected that need to be addressed.

Harris supports a bill introduced sen. Cory Booker from New Jersey, a competitor for the democratic presidential nomination – the end of the Federal prohibition of marijuana.

“Make marijuana legal at the Federal level is the smart thing to do, and it’s the right thing to do. Today, I announce my support for @CoryBooker marijuana Justice Act,” she tweeted in may of last year.

Booker illuminated his calls for the legalization of marijuana, when he began his presidential campaign, the beginning of this month. Among those who support Booker’s bill, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand from New York – who is launching a presidential exploratory committee, and sen Bernie Sanders of Vermont, who is serious about a second straight run for the White house.


Sen. Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts, announced, formally, has pushed your candidacy on Saturday, for the modernization of Federal marijuana laws.

Recreational marijuana is legal in 10 States, with some States legalizing weigh in this year. Thirty-three U.S. States have legalized medical marijuana.

Opinion polls suggest that the call for marijuana legalization is a winning issue with the American voters. Nearly 60 percent of Americans said they supported the legalization of marijuana in a Fox News poll released a year ago.


The Land of the two previous presidents, Democrat Barack Obama and Republican George W. Bush, they both admitted to Smoking marijuana.

While President Trump, not Smoking pot, his administration acknowledged the tough stance on the drug easing. A year ago, under the leadership of then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the Ministry of justice, Obama repealed the administration’s guidance allows States to legalize pot without the threat of Federal interference.

But to replace Trump nominated Sessions – William – and- Bar, indicated he will continue to enforce the crackdown, and implemented meetings.

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