Democratic presidential candidate Hilary Clinton is gradually teasing out her position on reforming federal laws on medical marijuana use, though she still will not commit to legalizing recreational use.

At a town hall meeting in South Carolina Saturday, she said marijuana should be reclassified as a Schedule II drug so that its medical uses could be properly studied and improved upon.

“The problem with medical marijuana is there’s a lot of anecdotal evidence about how well it works for certain conditions. But we haven’t done any research,” Clinton told the audience at Claflin University. “Why? Because it’s considered what’s called a Schedule I drug and you can’t even do research in it.” [Read More]