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News Roll-Up: Biz Navigates COVID + Jaime Harrison Challenges Graham + Black Vet in Prison for Legal MMJ

Jaime Harrison. Source: AP
Jaime Harrison, democratic challenger to Lindsay Graham in South Carolina. Source: AP
Heady Vermont Staff
Heady Vermont Staff 17 Jul 2020

“I think we should legalize, regulate and tax marijuana like we do alcohol and tobacco. There is simply no medical reason to lock people up over this issue. In essence, this is about common sense.”

Jaime Harrison, South Carolina Democratic challenger to Lindsey Graham

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