Sen. Harris says she has smoked pot and supports marijuana legalization

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"I just broke news", the senator and former Golden State attorney general said as she discussed her past pot use. She no longer opposed legalization, her spokesperson told Roll Call, and thought "states should be allowed to do what they want". "And I did inhale". "I was born black".

'This is the same thing they did to Barack, ' Harris said Monday.

"I think they don't understand who black people are", Harris answered. "I have had concerns, the full record, I have had concerns, which I think - first of all, let me just make this statement very clear, I believe we need to legalize marijuana", she said. He has two dauthers from a previous marriage. Cory Booker of New Jersey, a rival for the Democratic presidential nomination - that would end the federal marijuana prohibition.

In an interview with The Breakfast Club, a New York City radio show, Harris was asked to respond to rumors that as attorney general of California, she tried to block the legalization of weed in her state.

'I inhaled. I did inhale.

"It was a long time ago", she said. 'Are you kidding me?' Are you kidding me?'

Harris offered a drastically different opinion during her interview this morning.

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The 2020 presidential contender dodged Charlamagne Tha God's question about whether or not she would try it again if it were legalized "all throughout the country", but said that she thinks "that it gives a lot of people joy and we need more joy".

Kamala Harris revealed on Monday that she smoked marijuana when she was a student in college at Howard University.

Q: They say you oppose legalizing weed. "And he loves me", she added laughing.

If elected, Harris would be the United States' first female president. "We have incarcerated so many particularly young men and young men of color in a way that we have not for the same level of use of other young men", Harris said. "So we have got to recognize that and give people a lift up".

Marijuana is now legal in 10 states, while a total of 33 states have legalized the drug for medicinal use.

Harris's support for marijuana legalization is clearly not unique among the crowded Democratic primary. But the drug is still illegal under federal law - turning the pot trade into a volatile cash-only business that can't use FDIC-insured banks for deposits. "I know this as a former prosecutor and I know it as a senator". They are talking about Harris' current position on marijuana legalization. He has said he has never taken an illegal drug or drunk alcohol, with the exception of communion wine. Harris spent more money on Facebook ads during the summer than any other senator despite not being up for re-election in November 2018, according to The San Francisco Chronicle. "Tupac for sure", she said.

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