Kelly Armstrong has gone on record to say that he does not support legalizing marijuana, and confirmed these statements with his "No" vote on the MORE Act. He has not displayed any anti-medical marijuana sentiment, and voted in favor of the SAFE Banking Act.
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Candidate in race for U.S. House District At-Large on Tuesday, November 8, 2022
A spokesman for Armstrong’s office said the congressman is a cosponsor on the STATES Act, which would “Amends the Controlled Substances Act, so that as long as states and tribal nations comply with a few basic protections, its provisions no longer apply to any person acting in compliance with State or tribal laws relating to the manufacture, production, possession, distribution, dispensation, administration, or delivery of marijuana.” (12/17/19)
U.S. House candidates Kelly Armstrong and Mac Schneider of North Dakota said during a debate Wednesday that neither of them would vote in favor of the recreational marijuana measure on the state’s November ballot. (9/19/18)
In a conversation with KFGO radio in Fargo Armstrong said, "he would like to see clarification at the federal level — where marijuana is still considered on the same level as drugs like heroin and methamphetamine — and believes states should have the authority to make their own decision on it." (09/19/18)
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