Politician Info
A Nancy Mace (R - SC) LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE DECRIMINALIZE MEDICAL USE

Speaking on the concern of illegal resale of medical cannabis: “I have a newsflash, the black market for pot is already well in existence,” said Mace. “If someone is terminally ill and medical marijuana will help them, we want them to receive it in a legal manner so they’re not going out and getting something that might do them harm.”(2019)

Holds office U.S. House District 1

Position on Marijuana Legalization

Supports removing cannabis from the Controled Substances Act.

Position on Medical Marijuana

Supports Non-Smokable Medical Cannabis For Terminal Illness And Lifelong, Debilitating Medical Conditions. (2019)

Sponsored Legislation

H.R. 5977 - The States Reform Act 

Co-sponsored Legislation
H.R.2712 - Ensuring Safe Capital Access for All Small Businesses Act of 2021
 
H.R.3105 - Common Sense Cannabis Reform for Veterans, Small Businesses, and Medical Professionals Act of 2021
 
H.R.5657 - The Medical Marijuana Research Act of 2021
 
H.R.1996 - SAFE Banking Act of 2021

H 3660- SC Compassionate Care Act (2019)

Comments

On the MORE Act: Using South Carolina as an example, Mace explained that “the state legislature is moving towards passage of the Compassionate Care Act, a bill to allow medical cannabis to treat those in dire need. [The MORE Act] would override that and use the heavy hand of the federal government to revoke sovereignty of our state.” 4/1/22

Speaking on medical cannabis: “We’re not talking about joints, bongs and blunts and that sort of thing, smoking marijuana," Mace said. "We’re talking about delivering it in a manner that will help patients that are in severe need of it, whether that’s terminal illness, cancer, a child with epilepsy.” (2019)

Votes

2021: The Medical Marijuana Research Act, HR 5657

Yes

2021: The MORE Act, HR 3617

No

2021: The SAFE Banking Act, HR 1996

Yes
Contact Nancy Mace

Email: info@nancymace.org

Web: https://nancymace.org/

Phone: 202-225-3176

Address

212 Cannon House Office Building

Washington, DC 20515

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