Rep. Arp voted against a bill that would have legalized medical marijuana in NC, citing concerns about "his right to a drug-free workplace"
Holds office State House District 69
iVoterGuide 2020 Questionnaire:
I support the legalization of recreational marijuana.
In response to 2022 NC Family Policy Council's question “Should the use of marijuana for medical purposes be legal in North Carolina?” NO
Response to 2020 NC Family Policy Council's question “Should North Carolina legalize the use of marijuana for medical purposes?” NO
WUNC Weekend Edition 3/26/15: During a House Judiciary Committee hearing for HB 78 - Enact Medical Cannabis Act, Rep. Arp voted against the bill, citing concerns about "his right to a drug-free workplace"
F Public opposition to significant marijuana law reform (adult use, medical, and/or decriminalization) but may have sponsored and/or voted in favor of CBD/Hemp specific bills.
SB 124 LEO Managed CBD Oil Drop Box: YES - 2018
HB 992/SB 771 Amend Industrial Hemp Definition: YES - 2016
SB 313 Industrial Hemp: NO - 2015
HB 766 Amend Cannabidiol Oil Statute: YES - 2015
HB 1220 Hope 4 Haley and Friends: YES - 2014
North Carolina House of Representatives 300 North Salisbury Street, Room 307A
Raleigh, NC 27603-5925