Kamala Harris: Ending the 'Failed War on Drugs' Starts With Legalizing Marijuana
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Kamala Harris: Ending the 'Failed War on Drugs' Starts With Legalizing Marijuana

The senator said in her new book that she believes the use of marijuana should be legal.

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January 8, 2019
Washington Examiner

Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., said in her new book that she believes the use of marijuana should be legal.

"Something else it's past time we get done is dismantling the failed war on drugs—starting with legalizing marijuana," Harris writes in The Truths We Hold: An American Journey, Forbes reported Tuesday.

"We need to legalize marijuana and regulate it," Harris writes. "And we need to expunge nonviolent marijuana-related offenses from the records of millions of people who have been arrested and incarcerated so they can get on with their lives."

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