Politician Info

Clint Moses is a Chiropractor, in his candidate interview he said he used to be against marijuana in any form…but he does support medical now, because of his practice he witnessed patients use cannabis with great success, especially chronic pain. He goes onto state that any drug could be misused, like tobacco or alcohol.  - July 2, 2020 Candidate Interview.

Holds office State Assembly District 29

Candidate in race for State Assembly District 92 on Tuesday, August 13, 2024


Clint Moses was born and raised in Menomonie, WI. His childhood was filled with helping out on the family’s small farm, playing sports and participating in activities like Boy Scouts where he earned the rank of Eagle Scout. Clint is alumni of Menomonie High School and UW-Stout.  At the age of 16 he started his first business in lawn care, and was able to pay his own way through undergraduate earning degrees in Psychology and Human Biology. Clint then went on to earn his Doctorate in Chiropractic from Northwestern College of Chiropractic.

Clint lives on a small farm where they raise sheep and cattle in the Menomonie Township with his wife and four daughters. In 2003 he opened Red Cedar Chiropractic with his wife, Dr. Nora Moses.  They have been caring for residents of Dunn County and beyond since then, as well as donating time and resources to various charitable organizations.

Position on Marijuana Legalization

2020 Candidate Questionnaire Answers on file, candidate supports 2019-20 Assembly Bill 220 

Position on Marijuana Decriminalization


Position on Medical Marijuana


Sponsored Legislation

Rep. Moses was a co-author/sponsor of the controversial GOP medical cannabis legislation in 2023.


What did he do?

The controversial medical cannabis legislation Robin Vos (R) authored this session was co-authored by Rep. Clint Moses. This legislation maybe in play in the Assembly, but the Republican Senate has yet to file any version of medical cannabis. Both houses need to pass identical legislation to become law. Assembly Bill 1040 was assured a public hearing a floor vote by Robin Vos and he sent his bill to the Assembly Committee Health, Aging and Long-Term Care that is Chaired by Rep. Clint Moses. As session is coming to a close quickly, this bill has not been scheduled for a public hearing at the time of this article.

Main stream media covered the Republicans introduction of the bill in a variety of ways. Many of the news outlets just regurgitated the key notes from the GOP Assembly Press Events, but a few of them questioned the bill authors further on the topic of adult use legalization. Rep. Moses is reported to have said (re: legalization) “I think that’s a direction the Governor would definitely like to see it go. I think that he views this as a starting point and I do as well. I want to see how this goes safely first.”

Speaker Robin Vos (R) has always been critical of any medical marijuana program that would lead to a further push for recreational marijuana and has publicly threatened to kill the bill if any of that poison talk makes its way into the conversation. So although we applaud Moses for his continued support of reform we all wonder if the methodology he is using to ending prohibition is going to work.

What would work better?

Perhaps instead of competing medical marijuana bills or trying to pass a bill within the GOP Caucus alone, Republican politicians like Clint Moses should officially form The Wisconsin Cannabis Caucus and work on one bill together with the Democrats. The official establishment of this Caucus would represent the growing, bipartisan support in our Senate and Assembly for marijuana reform and could move along legislation much more effectively and efficiently, ensuring success for all of Wisconsinites.

Contact Clint Moses

Email: gianna.feest@legis.wisconsin.gov

Web: https://legis.wisconsin.gov/assembly/29/moses/

Phone: 608-266-7683


State Capitol, Room 16 West Post Office Box 8953

Madison, WI 53708

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