Cody Horlacher: Republican assembly representative from Mukwonago has not co-sponsored any legislation on marijuana reform since elected in 2014 and had no previous public statements about marijuana reform until his 2020 candidate interview on Wi-Eye.
He is an absolute No to recreational marijuana and calls marijuana a drug. He cites many problems he saw during his work with the DA office. He feels revenue from marijuana does not exceed the costs it will bring. Regarding medical marijuana, his default is “not here, not now”, but he wants to look compassionate, so with a smug look on his face he talks some crap at the end about helping people, but closes it out with an even smugger look saying if medical marijuana people want it to lead to recreational marijuana then hell no.
Holds office State Assembly District 33
- Burlington, Wisconsin, April 10, 1987; married, 1 child.
- Graduate East Troy High School, 2006; B.A. in Marketing, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, 2010; J.D. Marquette University Law School, 2014.
- Attorney. Partner of Horlacher–Necci Law Firm. Former special prosecutor, Walworth County; former assistant district attorney, Walworth County.
- Member: Wisconsin Historical Society (Board of Curators); YMCA of Mukwonago; YMCA of Greater Waukesha County; Mukwonago Area Chamber of Commerce; Sportsman’s Caucus; Carroll University President’s Advisory Council; Wisconsin State Bar; Old World Wisconsin Foundation (board of trustees); NCSL Occupational Licensing Consortium; Polish Heritage Alliance.
- Former member: Walworth County Republican Party (secretary, vice chair, chair); Federalist Society
- Elected to Assembly since 2014.
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