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How politicians in the Texas Panhandle vote on cannabis issues

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I’m sure you’ve always wondered how our elected officials feel about marijuana. It’s the kind of burning question that keeps you up at night, believe me, I know.

Well, maybe I’m being a little cynical.. but what if I told you I found myself wondering about this exact thing and threw myself down the political rabbit hole. I Discover A little about the politicians we elected and their stance on the recreational and medical use of cannabis – it’s strangely fascinating.

Why should you care what these politicians think about marijuana legislation? Because it might turn out to be a good thing for you an act Take care soon!

but first, Surprise test!

Now that we’ve arrived for you Attitude to Mary Jane, let’s see how that holds up to our elected representatives.

First, a well-known local politician.

Fourth Vice, District 87

Four Price is the state representative for Carson, Moore, Sherman, Potter, and Hutchinson counties.

Do Not the support…..

  • Federal Certification
  • Countries legalize adult use of cannabis
  • Countries legalizing medical cannabis
  • Reduce penalties for marijuana possession

What’s interesting about Four Price is that despite his tough stance on criminal penalties for marijuana, he did it Medical marijuana bill delivery Outside the health committee he chairs. Maybe he could be soft on the medical side.

Representative John T Smithy, District 86

Do Not the support…..

  • Federal Certification
  • Countries legalize adult use of cannabis
  • Countries legalizing medical cannabis

Smithee supports mandatory minimums and jail time for tenure. He also has voted against Medical use of cannabis.

Representative Ronnie Jackson (Texas-13) R

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US Congressman Ronnie Jackson is our representative at the federal level for Texas’ 13th congressional district. Zone 13 covers most of the Texas Panhandle – including Amarillo – and the northwestern parts of North Texas.

Do Not the support…..

  • Federal Certification
  • Countries legalize adult use of cannabis
  • Countries legalizing medical cannabis

Representative Jackson strongly opposes the legalization of recreational marijuana, as collected from this iVoter 2020 version. However, just a few years ago in 2018, he was registered with the State Tribune to support the VA’s efforts to research medical marijuana.

Senator John Cornyn

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Senator John Cornyn is one of the two Texas representatives at the federal level.

Do Not the support….

  • Federal Certification
  • Countries legalize adult use of cannabis
  • Countries legalizing medical cannabis

Surprisingly, I found in the last yearCornyn introduced Kenneth B. Law.

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