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Morgan Freeman on Marijuana: “Legalize It Across the Board”

The legalization of marijuana remains hotly debated. But for Morgan Freeman, there’s no question.

The 77-year-old Oscar winner, well known for his deep, mellow voice, spoke candidly about his own marijuana use during an interview with The Daily Beast last week.

“Legalize it across the board,” the Lucy actor said.

Freeman became an advocate for medicinal use of the drug after shattering his left shoulder, arm and elbow in a car accident in 2008. He still hasn’t regained full use of his left hand and continues to experience pain, which inspires his support for the medicinal use of the drug. [Read more at Time magazine]

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