Clinton says she'd make major reforms to cannabis laws if elected president.

Marijuana might have a friend in Hillary Clinton.

During a town hall on ABC's TV show "Good Morning America" on Thursday, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said it is "wrong" that marijuana is categorized as a Schedule I drug and if she became president she would support medical marijuana, allow for research, and support state's rights to continue experimenting in legalization.

Evan Nison, cannabis entrepreneur and the youngest member of NORML, the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana laws, asked Hillary Clinton if she would vote "yes" or "no" to legalize pot in her own state.

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Will Yakowicz ~ Inc.com ~

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