Cynthia Nixon favors legalizing marijuana

Cristina Cross
April 5, 2018

Cynthia Nixon, who is best known for her role as the "tough as nails" lawyer Miranda Hobbs on the hit HBO show Sex and the City, has grabbed the headlines as she announced her intention to run for governor of NY. Apparently, there was a specific scene from the film Sex and the City that Nixon was not in favor of.

At the time, Nixon told the New York Times she found that gleeful reaction "devastating" and "disheartening".

Adding, "If we don't like the direction our government is going in, we have to step up". "I'm absolutely for the legalization of marijuana".

"She's a hard worker like me", Nixon said of her character.

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Democratic gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon says New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and his administration "ignored" an upstate village's problems with its contaminated water supply.

In addition to her love for New York, Nixon pointed to the election of President Donald Trump as motivation to run, calling it "a real wake-up call" for her as well as women across the country.

Nixon's made recent headlines for her support to legalize marijuana, noting there is "such an appetite for real progressive change in NY state".

The Democratic primary will be held September 13, and Cuomo - a potential presidential candidate for 2020 - is running for his third term as governor, something that Nixon is aware can be a challenge. "I'm running as a New York City subway rider; that's enough to make anyone want to run nowadays!"

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Nixon also addressed the tragic shooting and death of an unarmed African-American man, Stephon Clark.

Nixon, who attended the March for Our Lives in D.C. on March 24 with her wife and son Max, said that she sees that people have "such an appetite for change".

They also talked about black women, a group that Nixon believes " they are the cornerstone and the backbone of the Democratic Party". "Yes, I think it is", Nixon said, proceeding to criticize politicians for failing to speak up. "Black women are going to stop showing up for the Democratic Party if the Democratic Party doesn't show up for them", she said.

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