Presidential candidates prepare for legal marijuana debate

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U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont
U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Bernie Sanders shared his support for the legal marijuana movement Wednesday, according to The Washington Post

If elected, he hopes to remove marijuana from the federal list of dangerous drugs.

“Too many Americans have seen their lives destroyed because they have criminal records as a result of marijuana use,” Sanders said in his prepared speech. “That’s wrong. That has got to change.”

Tune in to the live broadcast hosted by George Mason University to hear the full speech. For more about the marijuana reform that Sanders supports, check out the full story.