VIDEO: Scott Walker on medical marijuana, same-sex marriage

CalWatchdog.com Editor-in-Chief Brian Calle recently interviewed Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker. This is Part 3, on same-sex marriage and marijuana legalization. Walker is a leading potential Republican candidate for president. Part 1 is here. Part 2 is here.

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  1. DavidfromLosGatos
    DavidfromLosGatos 18 March, 2015, 17:57

    Too bad he wants to keep throwing people in jail over pot. He lost me as a potential backer. His reasoning “a cop views it as a gateway drug”? No kidding – Gateway to fat salaries and pensions for police and prisons at the expense of the liberty of citizens.

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  2. khh
    khh 25 March, 2015, 00:32

    I just listened to the interview. Gov Walker did not answer the question on whether states or feds should decide on medical marijuana. He basically said he was against it and mentioned some downsides. However, he did not say which side should regulate – state or federal.

    Could you ask him for a definitive answer? Thanks!

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John Seiler

John Seiler

John Seiler has been writing about California for 25 years. That includes 22 years as an editorial writer for the Orange County Register and two years for CalWatchDog.com, where he is managing editor. He attended the University of Michigan and graduated from Hillsdale College. He was a Russian linguist in U.S. Army military intelligence from 1978 to 1982. He was an editor and writer for Phillips Publishing Company from 1983 to 1986. He has written for Policy Review, Chronicles, LewRockwell.com, Flash Report and numerous other publications. His email: [email protected]

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