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Stein: DEA should use science and deschedule marijuana

In a 90-second video for NowThis News, Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein discusses marijuana policy, saying, “The president can instruct the Drug Enforcement Agency to do a really radical thing — to use science in determining what substances are… Continue Reading

Humanist Report interviews Stein

The Humanist Report interviews Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein. The complete audio runs just under 42 minutes.

CNN features Sanders supporter saying she would vote Stein over Clinton

A CNN report both on the air and online features a supporter of Sen. Bernie Sanders’s presidential campaign saying she is likely to vote Green if Sanders does not win the Democratic nomination. Yahne Ndgo said on CNN’s New Day,… Continue Reading

Stein joins UMass fossil fuel divestment protest

Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein joined the University of Massachusetts Fossil Fuel Divestment Campaign on Wednesday in the seventh day of their student action. After occupying an administration building for five days last week, the demonstration shifted to sit-ins… Continue Reading

Stein to CNN: Democratic Party “fakes left,” moves right

Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein talks with about her campaign and her differences with Democratic presidential contender Sen. Bernie Sanders. Stein said, “I think we share very similar values and visions. I just happen to be working in… Continue Reading

Flowers joins Flint activists at hearing; Stein calls for Snyder and McCarthy to leave office

Maryland Green Party U.S. Senate candidate Margaret Flowers joined Flint, Michigan, residents and advocates at the Rayburn House Office Building Thursday to demand that the Environmental Protection Agency and Gov. Rick Snyder be held accountable for their inaction regarding water poisoning in the city. “I went to speak with people and be in solidarity with […]

Harvard Law Record writer: Why does sexism argument on Clinton not apply to Stein?

Annaleigh Curtis writes in The Harvard Law Record that some supporters of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton argue that “because of aggressive, ambient sexism,” women should feel obligated to back Clinton. Curis writes, “The thrust of the argument is that an intensely sexist political process has molded and shaped a candidate, yet the way to […]

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