Rand Paul Sounds Off on Drug Prohibition, Taking Govt out of Marriage, and Cliven Bundy


Senator Rand Paul stopped in Colorado last week for several campaign events and sat down with 9 news to talk about important issues facing America. His most publicized campaign fundraiser event was at the Cannabis Business Summit at the Denver Convention Center. His fundraiser is the first time ever, a major party candidate for president of the United States raised money from the legal weed industry.

Paul also talked about the recent Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage and said how he believes marriage should have been left out of government and handled privately. Paul then finished the interview explaining how Cliven Bundy had only gone to one of his events in Nevada and their conversation was not as significant as the Associated Press had reported. Bundy is a cattle farmer that gained national attention last year for his standoff with the US government.