In his bid for the presidency in 2024, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is once again advocating for the federal legalization of cannabis, granting access to banking services for the industry, and allocating cannabis tax revenue to support drug treatment and rehabilitation centers, reported Marijuana Moment's Kyle Jaeger.

Asked about his stance on cannabis, during an appearance on C-SPAN's Washington Journal on Wednesday, the nephew of the late President John F. Kennedy said legalization of marijuana on the federal level would likely be a "part of my campaign [and] part of my presidency."

"What I've advocated is that we should legalize marijuana,” he said. “We should have a federal tax on the marijuana that is designated …

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