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Video: Uncle Luke Talks Weed, Gambling, and Strippers

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Smoke 'em if you got 'em.

Possessing less than 28 grams of marijuana could soon be legal in Miami-Dade County if Luther Campbell gets elected.

Thanks, dude.

His other proposals include countywide gambling (to fund education), a tax on strippers' assets (OK, actually a license fee), and construction job sites that reflect a workforce from the communities in which they build.

Uncle Luke recently spent some time at New Times headquarters strategizing with upper-level staff and his own team to come up with some new ideas. Here's what he had to say.

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