Sex, Drugs, and Rock & Roll

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    I want to move marijuana off of Schedule I … I am 100% in favor of medical uses for marijuana, but I want to know what the evidence is. … Let’s be really smart about this and acquire the evidence and then make the best decisions.

    Hillary R. Clinton

    President,
    New York, New York

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    I support the individual rights of all adults, 20 years old or older, to be involved in sex, drugs and all forms of music without any gov't incursion.

    Gregory Creswell

    U.S. Representative,
    Detroit, Michigan

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    Anything done under the cover of a marriage license or a doctor's supervision is fine with me. Attend all the concerts that you can, that's the only way artists get paid these days.

    Cherunda Fox

    President,
    Detroit, Michigan

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    I support the legalization of marijuana and believe each state should have the right to legalize and regulate it rather than criminalize it. I was an early proponent on the national stage in 1999 while Governor of NM and publicly stated my support of marijuana legalization. I do not support the legalization of other recreational drugs.

    Gary Johnson

    President,
    Salt Lake City, Utah

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    I would actually use science to determine which drugs are dangerous and which ones are not. Start with the legalization of marijuana and transform the drug system from a criminal system to a public health system. If people have issues of dependency on legal or illegal drugs, they need to be treated within the public health system.

    Jill Stein

    President,
    Lexington, Massachusetts

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