The two top Democratic candidates face questions on the issue of recreational use of marijuana. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said on Tuesday (October 13) that he would vote yes in the upcoming Nevada referendum that would legalize recreational marijuana if he were a resident of the state. His rival, frontrunner Hillary Clinton, though, said she was not ready to make a decision on throwing her support behind legalization. Instead, the former secretary of state said that the country needs more information and more research, particularly in states where marijuana has been legalized, in order to determine the impact of legalization.