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Topic - Tom Angell
"It's only a matter of time before marijuana is legalized under federal law," said Tom Angell, founder and chairman of the Marijuana Majority, an advocacy group based in Washington, D.C. "We now have 20 states plus the District of Columbia with medical marijuana laws, two states have already legalized it for all adults over the age of 21 — politicians will have to follow the will of the people on this."
"I think there's a disconnect," said Tom Angell, founder of Marijuana Majority, which is trying to recruit celebrities to push for legalization. "This is a mainstream majority-support issue, but politicians for some reason seem to still be stuck in the 1980s and they're afraid of being attacked as soft on crime, soft on drugs."