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Presidential Candidate Says He Used Marijuana and Wants it Legalized

By Michelle Price, Associated Press (AP) — Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg said that he’s used marijuana “a handful of times a long time ago,” and that it’s time for the U.S. to legalize marijuana. Buttigieg, speaking to reporters after touring a legal cannabis dispensary in suburban Las Vegas, was asked about whether he’d ever used marijuana. “I have. A handful of times a long time ago,” he said. He added that he knows people whose lives have been “shaken” by its criminalization and the so-called “war on drugs.” Buttigieg said people still have an image of the marijuana industry and dispensaries that’s based on outdated stereotypes. “When you go into a place like this, it almost reminds you of an Apple store how tidy and carefully it’s laid out, knowledgeable employees an...

Panama Is Attempting to Legalize Medical Marijuana

By Associated Press (AP) — Lawmakers in Panama have taken up an initiative that seeks to legalize marijuana for medical purposes. Debate over the issue began two years ago. The previous legislature gave it initial approval but decided to subject it to broader study. Marijuana is the second most commonly consumed narcotic in Panama, after cocaine. Its sale and possession are both illegal. The congressional Commission on Work, Health and Social Development took up the measure this week. It would have to pass through further debates, consultations and votes, and then be signed by President Laurentino Cortizo. If it passes, Panama would be the first country in Central America to legalize medicinal marijuana. Costa Rica has also held debate on the issue.

Bernie Sanders Vows to Legalize Marijuana (If Elected President)

  Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders just released his plan to legalize marijuana within his first 100 days in office (should he be elected president). He’s vowed to use executive powers to make it happen. Sanders would limit the industry’s size and scope, Vox reported. In the plan, Sanders notes that the attorney general would be instructed to declassify marijuana, completely removing it from the Controlled Substances Act. Congress would be pressured to permanently legalize marijuana. His plan also includes expunging previous marijuana convictions. A clemency board would be formed to expunge certain federal convictions and provide some with “early relief.” Marijuana tax revenues would be used to create a $20 billion grant program for persons of color that are discriminated against...