Politician Info
? Moe Davis (D - NC) LEGALIZE, TAX, AND REGULATE MEDICAL USE

From his website: 

It is long past time to remove marijuana from the list of Schedule 1 Controlled Substances and legalize it nationwide. It is already legal in many states, aiding patients who use marijuana for medicinal purposes including veterans suffering from PTSD and other ailments.

Imagine the impact legalizing marijuana could have in Western North Carolina, from farming income to tax revenues that could be directed to education or installing broadband internet in rural areas of the state.

Medicinally, the benefits of marijuana are just beginning to be known. Removing it from the Schedule 1 list of banned drugs would open the door to scientific research on the many potential uses of marijuana in healthcare.

Once legal, we should expunge the records of those convicted of marijuana infractions. It’s the right thing to do.

https://moedavisforcongress.com/moes-vision/#marijuana

 

Candidate in race for U.S. House District 11

Position on Marijuana Legalization

From his campaign website: It is long past time to remove marijuana from the list of Schedule 1 Controlled Substances and legalize it nationwide. It is already legal in many states, aiding patients who use marijuana for medicinal purposes including veterans suffering from PTSD and other ailments.
Imagine the impact legalizing marijuana could have in Western North Carolina, from farming income to tax revenues that could be directed to education or installing broadband internet in rural areas of the state.
Medicinally, the benefits of marijuana are just beginning to be known. Removing it from the Schedule 1 list of banned drugs would open the door to scientific research on the many potential uses of marijuana in healthcare.

Once legal, we should expunge the records of those convicted of marijuana infractions. It’s the right thing to do.

https://moedavisforcongress.com/moes-vision/#marijuana

Contact Moe Davis

Email: info@moedavis.com

Web: https://moedavisforcongress.com/

Phone:

Address

19 Thurland Avenue

Asheville, NC 28803

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