Medical marijuana clone plants are shown at a medical marijuana dispensary in Oakland, Calif., on Feb. 1, 2011.
Medical marijuana clone plants are shown at a medical marijuana dispensary in Oakland, Calif., on Feb. 1, 2011. Jeff Chiu AP
Medical marijuana clone plants are shown at a medical marijuana dispensary in Oakland, Calif., on Feb. 1, 2011. Jeff Chiu AP

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    President John F. Kennedy advocated for an income tax cut in this newsreel from August 1962 ahead of outlining his plan before Congress in January 1963. In 2017, a conservative group used part of Kennedy speaking about the tax cuts in a 30-second ad aimed at pressing three Democratic senators to embrace the Republican-led push for a tax overhaul.