After a week of criticism for his marijuana comments, the former Vice President has changed his tune.
Cory Booker addressed Joe Biden's recent comments that marijuana is a "gateway drug," a view other presidential candidates did not share.
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Marijuana reform inspired two serious clashes at the latest presidential debates, with Booker taking on Biden, and Gabbard going after Harris.
This week saw Sen. Cory Booker aim directly at former Vice President Joe Biden, who released his extensive plan for criminal justice reform, which included Biden’s proposal to reclassify marijuana as a Schedule II drug.
Though 15.3 million viewers watched the candidates discuss a variety of topics pertinent to the American voter, Booker expressed disappointment over the one topic not debated—marijuana legalization.
Rep. Earl Blumenauer said that supporting marijuana prohibition and demonizing users is an inevitably losing strategy in the political sector moving forward.
Sen. Cory Booker (NJ-D) continues to try ways that might break him out from the pack in a crowded Democratic presidential primary, and one of those ways is promising serious cannabis reform if he was elected into office.
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