Olivia Newton-John and her daughter may not agree on all music, but they do share a support of weed

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Olivia Newton-John and John Easterling share a kiss under the mistletoe. / Newton-John is also hoping to send a message via the Olivia Newton-John Foundation Fund. FILE: Singer Olivia Newton-John (R) and her daughter Chloe arrive at the 27th annual American Music Awards in Los Angeles on Jan. 17, 2000. It’s “all in the family” for Olivia Newton-John, her daughter Chloe Lattanzi and her husband John Easterling when it comes to cannabis as medicine, something the four-time Grammy winner has long touted as helping ease symptoms from her cancer. Chloe is visiting, which is wonderful, and it’s a glorious day, happy to be alive,” Newton-John responded. I want to show a wide array of perspectives,” she said, pointing out that they even sing to their plants. “We play them music.

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It’s “all in the family” for Olivia Newton-John, her daughter Chloe Lattanzi and her husband John Easterling when it comes to cannabis as medicine, something the four-time Grammy winner has long touted as helping ease symptoms from her cancer.

Calling Easterling a “plant medicine man” who has taught her much about cannabis and herbs, Newton-John recently told the Hollywood Reporter that...

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