Fifty-seven percent of Americans back marijuana legalization, with young adults driving a dramatic shift in public attitudes in the last decade, says a new poll from the Pew Research Center, McClatchy Newspapers reports. Overall, 71 percent of millennial voters (ages 18 to 35), support legalizing the drug, compared to 34 percent in 2006, the poll found. Nine marijuana measures are on state ballots next month. Voters . . .
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