Supreme Moore Omokunde said he does support both medical and recreational. He speaks in depth about his stance on marijuana reform, including decriminalization and expunging. Please take a moment and listen to his marijuana question response in the video as it is cued to start at the cannabis conversation.
Holds office State Assembly District 17
I've spent my time in public service on the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors addressing the issues that matter to us the most. And now I'm going to take that same work ethic, experience, and dedication to the Wisconsin State Assembly.
For too long we have seen our communities get torn apart due to the inequities in our criminal justice system. We need serious reforms at the state level in order to create a more equitable society for everyone. The closure of Lincoln Hills was a good start, but we're going to go even further. We're going to work on the decriminalization of marijuana, ending cash bail, creating a community-based criminal justice council, ending dangerous police practices, and ensuring that our community is not over-policed as compared to our neighbors.