TUCSON – Snoop Dogg visited a Tucson marijuana dispensary and talked about legalization before his concert Thursday. The rapper took photos with fans at Purple Med Wellness Center. He has launched new products he is selling to dispensaries.

“It's finally respected,” Snoop Dogg said. “Why not get some cake off of it, you know? They've been locking people up for years behind it. Some people are still in jail behind it. And then you see people making money off of it. So you gotta figure out what is the best way to make this thing actually become what it is. It's saving lives. It's medically proven.”

Arizona voters will likely decide recreational marijuana legalization in the fall.

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