Thursday, January 23, 2014

State Sen. Constance Johnson thinks Marijuana could elect her to U.S. Senate

State Sen. Constance Johnson (D-OKC) tells KRMG's Russell Mills that she is considering running for U S. Senate, and that she believes her push to legalize marijuana in Oklahoma could be the factor that would elect her as Tom Coburn's replacement.

In an interview about her recently-filed marijuana legalization bill, Johnson told Mills that she believed her bill could lead to the election of an African American woman to the US Senate. Mills asked her whether she was considering running, and she said that she was thinking about it.

1 comment:

  1. i wish i had read this article before i supported that woman. now i gotta kick her under the bus for lying.


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