Rep. Jagler has been "swayed" to support medical marijuana and now sits on the committee for the 2019-20 that medical marijuana bills. As a Republican he did not officially co-sponsor any medical marijuana legislation, but he did express the need for a public hearing on adult use / recreational marijuana and with a little work he could easily be an A+ legisaltor on medical marijuana and lead the conversation on cannabis reform within the Republican Party.
Holds office State Assembly District 37
- Born Louisville, Kentucky, November 4, 1969; married; 3 children.
- Graduate Oak Creek High School, 1987; graduate Trans-American School of Broadcasting (Madison), 1989; attended University of Wisconsin-Parkside, 1987–88.
- Realtor; owner, family-run natural dog treat company; owner, communications consulting company. Former radio morning show host, news anchor; communications director, assembly speaker Jeff Fitzgerald.
- Member: Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels; Watertown Elks Club.
- Former member: Radio TV News Directors Association; Milwaukee Press Club.
- Elected to Assembly since 2012.
While he said there is a case to be made for medical marijuana, Jagler does not support full legalization of it. He said he believes it is a gateway drug. Silbernagel took issue with that, explaining that there was no scientific research that backed up that notion.
None at this time, but Rep. Jagler is a member on the Assembly Committee on State Affairs that will handle medical marijuana legislation for the 2019-2020 session. The bill is awaiting a public hearing.
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