Politician Info
C James Comer (R - KY)

Holds office U.S. House District 1

Candidate in race for U.S. House District 1 on Tuesday, November 8, 2022

Comments

"People's displeasure with Sessions' position on marijuana is misplaced - it's not his job to legalize marijuana or to let states decide, that's Congress' job," Massie said, adding: "I'm not advocating this, but if they were to strictly enforce the [federal] marijuana laws, I think they would be repealed within a year." (9/7/17)

"Industrial hemp is a sustainable crop and could be a great economic opportunity for Kentucky farmers," said Rep. Massie. "I'm optimistic that we can get the Industrial Hemp Farming Act to the President's desk this Congress. In 2014, for the first time in over half a century, hemp was grown and harvested in Kentucky under the pilot programs allowed by the Polis-Massie-Blumenauer amendment to the 2014 Farm Bill. I look forward to working with Congressman Comer to build on that momentum to give our nation's farmers and manufacturers more opportunities to compete and succeed in the global economy. I am proud to be an original co-sponsor of this bill introduced by Congressman Comer, who was instrumental in bringing the hemp industry to Kentucky as Agricultural Commissioner," Massie added. (7/28/17)

Votes

2022: The Medical Marijuana Research Act, HR 5657

Yes

2022: The MORE Act, HR 3617

No

2021: The SAFE Banking Act, HR 1996

Yes

2019: The SAFE Banking Act, HR 1595

Yes
2019: Blumenauer/McClintock/Norton Amendment to Protect Legalization
Yes
Contact James Comer

Email: info@JamesComer.com

Web: https://jamescomer.com/

Phone: 202-225-3115

Address

2410 Rayburn House Office Building

Washington, DC 20515

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