Congressional Candidate Supports Legalization of Marijuana - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

4/18/03

Congressional Candidate Supports Legalization of Marijuana

A candidate for the 19th Congressional District is making a statement for legalizing marijuana.

Dr. Richard "Chip" Peterson spoke at a rally for the reform of marijuana laws Friday on the Texas Tech Campus. Peterson says he does not recommend anyone use drugs, but he says marijuana is no more harmful than alcohol and should be made legal.

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