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Hammond Mayor Thomas McDermott Jr. acknowledges on his “Left of Center” podcast Friday that he smoked marijuana at two recent Grateful Dead concerts in Chicago. He also pledged he will work to legalize marijuana nationwide if he’s elected next year to the U.S. Senate.

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Mayor Thomas McDermott Jr. acknowledged Friday he smoked marijuana at two recent Grateful Dead concerts in Chicago and pledged he will work to legalize marijuana nationwide if he’s elected next year to the U.S. Senate.

HAMMOND — Mayor Thomas McDermott Jr. acknowledged Friday he smoked marijuana at two recent “Grateful Dead” concerts in Chicago, and pledged he will work to legalize marijuana nationwide if he’s elected next year to the U.S. Senate.

The five-term leader of Lake County’s most populous city described the Sept. 17 and 18 Dead & Company performances at Wrigley Field as “a lovely two days” of music and camaraderie, enhanced by the ability to use marijuana in a state where it is legal.

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