Sen. Kamala Harris (D., Calif.) said Sunday that people convicted for marijuana charges should be first in line for jobs in the legalized cannabis industry, noting with amusement they had experience “selling weed.”

Harris said anyone convicted on marijuana charges should have their record expunged and be put “first in line” for jobs in the new industry, which she called a “cash cow.”

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“There’s no difference,” she said. “The people who are making now a whole lot of money, what are they doing? Selling weed! Before this happened, what were those folks doing? Selling weed! When you’re looking for a job, experience needed, they’ve got experience.”

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