Politician Info
A Sydney Kamlager-Dove (D - CA)

Fine voting record in state legislature. She supports descheduling marijuana, and sent a letter to the DEA in February 2024 saying, “At minimum, I ask that you follow HHS recommendations and reschedule marijuana to Schedule III and reject any argument in support of maintaining marijuana in Schedule I or Schedule II based on U.S. Treaty obligations.” https://kamlager-dove.house.gov/media/in-the-news/congresswoman-tells-dea-reject-any-argument-marijuana-rescheduling-would-violate

Holds office U.S. House District 37


Kamlager was an advocate for racial equity, access and social justice in the California State Assembly. She was vocal about restoring voting rights to parolees, strengthening standards for police use of force. She chaired the Select Committee on Incarcerated Women and led the legislature's Los Angeles County Delegation. In 2020, Kamlager-Dove was appointed by the Speaker of the California State Assembly to serve on the Committee on Revision of the Penal Code. 

Kamlager-Dove sponsored two bills, AB 241 and AB 242, to mandate the incorporation of implicit bias training into continued education for healthcare professionals, lawyers, and judges. The bills were intended to reduce disparities in health care and the judicial system in California.

AB 1793 (Bonta) - automatically resentence past marijuana convictions
AB 2020 (Quirk) - broaden sites for cannabis events
AB 2215 (Kalra) - allow veterinarians to discuss cannabis for pets
SB 829 (Weiner) - protect compassion programs for indigent patients
SB 1127 (Hill) - allow students to receive cannabis medicines at school
AJR 27 (Low) - ask the DOJ to allow cannabusinesses in California
Contact Sydney Kamlager-Dove

Email: info@sydneykamlager.com

Web: https://sydneykamlager.com/

Phone: 202-225-7084


1419 Longworth House Office Building

Washington, DC 20515

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