Watch Clinton Sidestep A Voter's Question About Her Personal Views On Marijuana

Most of the remaining presidential candidates have made clear their personal opinions on the legalization of marijuana. Bernie Sanders has said he'd vote 'yes' if there was a ballot question in his home state. Republican candidates Donald Trump and Ted Cruz have both said they'd personally vote 'no', but support states' rights to move ahead with legalization if they so choose.

So what would Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton do if a vote were held in her state? New Jersey resident Evan Nisson - a member of the boards of NORML and Students for Sensible Drug Policy - asked her how she would vote during a Good Morning America Town Hall, April 21.

In her answer, she clearly re-stated her views on changing the drug scheduling laws for medical use and research, and using the states as "laboratories of democracy" for experimenting with recreational and medical legalization reforms. But she refused to clearly state her personal views. Here's what she had to say (the video is set to play at the 17:20 mark when the question is asked):

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After leaving the Republican Party in protest over the GOP's refusal to impeach President Donald Trump, Congressman Justin Amash (I-MI) is trying to shake up the status quo again by filing a bill that would end federal cannabis prohibition in America. Amash's new bill bears a striking resemblance to the STATES Act, which was introduced to Congress last year by Senators Cory Gardner (R-CO) and Elizabeth Warren (D-MA). However, there is at least one key difference between the two bills.

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