Justice Clarence Thomas Questions Federal Policy On Marijuana

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NBC’s Pete Williams reports on comments Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas made questioning the federal policy towards marijuana, saying laws against its cultivation or sale may no longer make sense.

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