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Margaret Trudeau, who quit marijuana for mental health, says legalization is 'different issue'

Margaret Trudeau once said that quitting marijuana helped improve her mental health, but she stands behind her prime minister-designate son's plan to legalize pot, which she says is a "whole different issue."

In an interview with CTV Canada AM co-host Marci Ien, Justin Trudeau's mother seemed taken aback when asked about her previous comments on marijuana.

At a mental health conference in 2007, Trudeau said that her battle with mental illness involved completely giving up marijuana, which she started smoking at a young age.

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