[Originally posted By Christopher Ingraham at the Washington Post]
A full-throated endorsement of legal marijuana may be just the thing that Hillary Clinton needs to shore up support among wavering millennials, according to polling data from CBS news. But such a move would risk alienating older voters more skeptical of the merits of legal weed.
The Democratic presidential nominee’s “millennial problem” is well documented. Young voters don’t seem to be that energized by her campaign. In a recent Quinnipiac poll only 31 percent of likely voters ages 18 to 34 said they supported her. Nearly as many young voters (29 percent) said they supported third-party candidate Gary Johnson. Read the full article at The Washington Post.