Decriminalization of Marijuana


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    I support medical use of marijuana because it may curb use of addictive opioids, however I do not support irresponsible recreational use. To often teenage and young adults indulge in marijuana use that impair human development and expected functionality.

    Karen Elizabeth Porter

    County Council,
    Lanham ,

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    Decriminalization of marijuana has been adopted as part of the Democratic platform and several measures are vying to be on the November 2016 ballot. I fully support the Democratic platform including the decriminalization of marijuana.

    Lenore Albert-Sheridan

    State Assembly,
    Huntington Beach

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    Marijuana should be legalized, period. There is no reason to make it illegal. The supposed "war on drugs" has been a complete failure, but especially with regards to marijuana. Alcohol is a much bigger problem in our society than marijuana, and yet it is legal.

    Hugh Rothman

    Central Committee,
    San Diego, California

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    O.A. Cargill

    State Representative,
    Yukon

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    Ending cannabis prohibition is a strong pursuit of mine. I work for a leading Hemp Food manufacture. I pray that one day we can move out of this dark age when men and women can stop going to jail over a plant. we need to focus our efforts on the hard drugs that destroy families and bring crime and tragedy to our area. I advocate a model that does not tax and regulate cannabis like alcohol.

    Kaycie Rose Noble

    Township Supervisor,
    Grawn

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    Gov't should not criminalize any consumption of anything in an adult's body. All minors, 19 years old and younger (as shall be stated in the US Constitution), must be protected from all forms of illegal substances.

    Gregory Creswell

    U.S. Representative,
    Detroit, Michigan

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