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Likely Next Ca Govenor Call's For Legal Cannabis
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Gavin Newsom has announced that he will run for California Governor in 2114 if Uncle Moonbeam does not seek re-election.


Newsom, our current Lieutenant Governor, has also recently stated that he nows supports the full legalization of cannabis for recreational use.


As Newsom is quoted as saying in the New York Times, "These laws just don't make sense anymore," "It's time for politicians to come out of the closet on this. It's shocking, from my perspective, the number of people that we all know who are recreational marijuana users," added Newsom. "These are incredibly upstanding citizens: Leaders in our community, and exceptional people. Increasingly, people are willing to share how they use it and not be ashamed of it."

Newsom is considered a near shoe in if he decides to run. With an already cannabis friendly State Attorney General and more California politicians climbing on the bandwagon of legalization a cannabis friendly governor would round things out quite nicely. Now if we could just get rid of Boxer.....

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There has also been talk of Kamala Harris running for governor. Either way we win.

TommyMarin commented on Tuesday, Oct 15, 2013 at 13:23 PM

Harris has also been mentioned as a 2016 presidential candidate if Hillary doesn't run. Wouldn't that be something, Harris as president and Newsom as governor?

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Kamala and Gavin in 2016!

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