Politician Info
C- Jeff Van Drew (R - NJ) DECRIMINALIZE MEDICAL USE

 

 

 

Holds office U.S. House District 2

Candidate in race for U.S. House District 2 (R)

Biography

As a state lawmaker, Rep. Van Drew:

Voted Yes on ACR 151 (2010) concerning the legislative review of the medical marijuana program

Voted Yes on S2105 (2010) delaying the effective date of the Compassionate Use Medical Marijuana Act

Voted Yes on S119 (2009 and 2010) to legalize medical marijuana

Cosponsored S1926 (2018) to decriminalize possession of 10 grams or less of marijuana and personal-use amount of regulated marijuana-infused products; require substance abuse treatment under certain circumstances.

Co-sponsored Legislation

H.R.1595 - SAFE Banking Act of 2019

H.R.712 - VA Medicinal Cannabis Research Act of 2019

Cosponsored S1926 (2018) to decriminalize possession of 10 grams or less of marijuana and personal-use amount of regulated marijuana-infused products; require substance abuse treatment under certain circumstances.

Comments

"...half a dozen Democratic state senators tell NJ Advance Media they plan to vote "no" on any bill legalizing pot for recreational use by adults, leaving its future cloudy.

They include Sens. Joseph Vitale of Middlesex, Ronald Rice and Richard Codey of Essex, Jeff Van Drew of Cape May, Shirley Turner of Mercer and Brian Stack of Hudson County." 2/23/18

"With all of the issues we have in New Jersey, all of the things we need to get done, I don’t think the top of that list should be the need for more recreational drugs,” Van Drew said in a recent interview. “I think this is something we should slow down on.” https://www.pressofatlanticcity.com/currents_gazettes/region/van-drew-cautions-new-jersey-to-slow-down-on-legalizing/article_527896cf-670d-5316-beab-bda5140377cb.html

 

 

Votes
2019: The SAFE Banking Act, HR 1595
Yes
2019: Blumenauer/McClintock/Norton Amendment to Protect Legalization
No
Address

331 Cannon House Office Building

Washington, DC 20515

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