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Rand Paul: "We're still pushing" the SAFER Banking Act

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Rand Paul: "We're still pushing" the SAFER Banking Act

Ep. 44 — Sen. Rand Paul (5-8-2024)
Sen. Rand Paul speaks to congressional press corps in Senate basement. Photo: Matt Laslo


Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY)

LISTEN: Laslo & Paul


Ask a Pol asks:

Still supportive of SAFER Banking?

Key Paul: 

“We're still pushing, but I haven't heard anything — any progress on it lately,” Sen. Rand Paul told Ask a Pol

Clemency for past convictions?

“I don't have an easy answer for you right now,” Paul told us. “We have advocated to give people who had convictions second chances.”

ICYMI — Paul on ‘war on drugs’ and migration

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Below find a rough transcript of Ask a Pol’s exclusive interview with Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), slightly edited for clarity.

TRANSCRIPT: Sen. Rand Paul

SCENE: Sen. Paul’s walking through the basement of the US Capitol on his way to vote on the Senate floor.

Matt Laslo: “I didn't get you last week on the DEA — what do you think of them moving to reschedule marijuana?”

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