WASHINGTON (AP) -- Two Democratic senators and a possible Republican presidential candidate joined forces Tuesday to push a bill to remove federal prohibitions on medical marijuana in 23 states where it's already legal.
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul says he and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will continue to disagree over national security and other issues, but the Republican Party is big enough to accommodate both men's views.
They could be the first shots fired in the 2016 presidential race. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Kentucky Sen. Rand Raul are embroiled in a war of words and neither is holding anything back. During Christie's monthly appearance on New Jersey 101.5's "Ask the Governor"
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