Back in 2018 when he ran, Dr. Sarnwick said "I feel the state should just legalize marijuana. People who use it get it anyway. Take the sale of marijuana away from people who are selling it illegally, and tax the heck out of it. Use the tax money to fund drug treatment programs, and mental health programs. We should be willing to pay mental health caregivers a great salary, attract them to our state and we will all see dividends from a program like this. I see opportunity to improve our drug treatment and mental health programs using this model. - 2018 Campaign Statement
Candidate in race for State Assembly District 6
Dick was a member of the academic staff and a researcher at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the late 1970s, before attending medical school at the College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery in Des Moines, Iowa. He graduated with honors in biochemistry and then went on to complete his internship at Northwest General Hospital in Milwaukee. After boot camp, he spent six years serving in the Naval Air Reserves during those college years. After his internship, Dick worked for the Milwaukee Public Health Service for two years, caring for the medically underserved on the city's north side. From 1985-1990, Dick operated a family practice clinic in Gillett.
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