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Louisiana Democrat running for US Senate smokes marijuana in campaign ad

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Gary Chambers Jr. puffs on a joint while decrying the impact of anti-drug laws. Every 37 seconds, someone is arrested for possession of marijuana, Chambers says. Chambers is running against John Kennedy for his U.S. Senate seat. The ad is guaranteed to attract attention because no candidate for statewide office in Louisiana has smoked marijuana.
11 months ago

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US Senate candidate smokes cannabis in campaign ad in push for legalisation

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11 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Louisiana Senate candidate smokes marijuana in new campaign ad

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US Senate candidate from Louisiana smokes marijuana in new campaign ad

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11 months ago·Atlanta, United States
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Louisiana Senate Candidate Smokes Marijuana In Campaign Ad

Louisiana Senate candidate Gary Chambers smoked a blunt in a campaign ad to stand up for the decriminalization of marijuana.

11 months ago·United States
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U.S. Senate candidate from Louisiana smokes marijuana in campaign ad

Gary Chambers, a Democrat, said he hopes the new spot will force a conversation about legalization of the drug.

11 months ago·Washington, United States
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