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Senators Unveil Medical Marijuana Legislation

00:57

Senators Kirsten Gillibrand, Rand Paul and Cory Booker announce new bipartisan legislation to allow patients, doctors and businesses in states that have already passed medical marijuana laws to participate in those programs without fear of federal prosecution.