By Colby Itkowitz | Washington Post
WASHINGTON – President Bill Clinton admitted to smoking marijuana, but famously said he never inhaled. President George W. Bush is believed to have partaken in illicit drugs in his youth, though he always played coy about it. President Barack Obama wrote candidly about his past marijuana and cocaine use, but was never a strong supporter of pot reforms at the federal level.
Now, less than 30 years after Clinton felt the need to qualify his drug use, presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., is not only unabashedly owning up to her own personal marijuana use, but is in full support of making it legal nationwide.
“Half my family is from Jamaica, are you kidding me,” Harris said laughing, during a radio interview Monday. “And I did inhale.”
Harris’s unflinching support for legalization shows the dramatic evolution in the ease in…