Vivek Ramaswamy, Republican presidential candidate who famously said he did not approve of Ohio’s cannabis initititive last week despite expressing support for federal legalization, is now saying that if elected he will remove federal restrictions on marijuana and psychedelics. He says he wants to take a “a holistic approach” especially to help veterans during and after their time in service.

“As President, I will take a holistic approach to ensure Veterans receive the care they need to live long, flourishing lives — starting during their service and continuing in the decades that follow,” according to Ramaswamy’s plan, which his campaign released on Veterans …

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