Holds office U.S. House District 26
Candidate in race for U.S. House District 26
H.R.2215 - SAFE Act of 2017 (2017-2018)
H.R.5520 - VA Medicinal Cannabis Research Act of 2018 (2017-2018)
The state of California has the right to enact its own policies on marijuana, and the voters have spoken. Rather than wasting taxpayer money going after medical and recreational marijuana users, Attorney General Sessions should concentrate on protecting Americans from criminals.
"There is a clear need for more rigorous research to fully determine the efficacy of medical marijuana--especially when it comes to its potential to treat our veterans."
"Not only does [medical cannabis] have the potential to help veterans, but it could make headway in the country's epidemic of opioid addiction," Rep. Julia Brownley said at a press conference unveiling poll details quantifying veteran support of medical marijuana research expansion.
Gov't must end fed prohibition on med. marijuana. @VetAffairsDems urging @DeptVetAffairs to research for vets coping w/chronic pain & PTSD.
When contacted by NORML a staffer for the Congresswoman said she advocates marijuana as a state's rights issue. (3/10/16)
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Washington, DC 20515