2016 Montana Marijuana Voter's Guide

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This spring, Montana NORML surveyed Montana's 2016 political candidates about their views on recreational marijuana, medical marijuana and reforming marijuana policies to make possession of small amounts a civil penalty rather than a criminal one.  Each candidate's response to each question was scored and totaled. Candidates were further able to clarify their positions in comments. The highest total score possible was 6 and the lowest was -6. Montana NORML considers candidates scoring between 4 and 6 as supportive.

The candidates we consider supportive are in bold.   We encourage you to contact the candidates in your districts for further information, particularly those who did not complete the survey. See 2016 Montana Political Candidates Survey for each of the questions we asked candidates, as well as the group's responses. 


The bulk of Montana's candidates did not complete our survey, which left us to assess the voting records of those who have served in Montana's Legislature as well as the tedious task of researching candidates' public statements on the issue.  Many candidates have not taken a public stance on this issue.  If this applies to a candidate in your voting district, please ask them about their positions on marijuana.  They are far more likely to share that information with a constituent. If at all possible, we have included links to support our assessments.  If you are unable to determine a candidate's position entirely, keep in mind that Republicans tend to be less supportive of our cause than Democrats and Libertarians.  This isn't always the case, however.  

Generally, we have stated whether the candidate, if an established voting record is available:

  •  supported or opposed HB 161 (fully repealing Montana's medical marijuana program) 
  •  supported or opposed SB 423 (the repeal in disguise that we are currently living under)
  •  supported or opposed any other relevant legislation, like requiring warning labels on medical marijuana or requiring that welfare recipients be drug tested. 

We've also taken into account public statements made by candidates, whether in legislative hearings or interviews. 

Don't know if or where you are currently registered?  Click here. The deadline to register by mail has passed but Montana law allows late registration in person up until 8:00 pm on Election Day.  

Can't find candidates in your districts? Only contested races have been listed.  If a candidate is running unopposed, we have not included it in this voter's guide.  

If you are a candidate who disagrees with our assessment, have changed your stance since establishing a voting record, or have information to offer about your campaign or your opponent, please email nicole@montananorml.org.  We will update accordingly.

 

OFFICE

CANDIDATE

PARTY

SURVEY SCORE/COMMENTS/LINKS

Pres/VP Gary Johnson/Bill Weld L Vocally supports ending the war on drugs, legalizing marijuana. Marijuana Policy Project gives Johnson/Weld an A+ 
Pres/VP Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine D Clinton's opposition to marijuana appears to be weakening, she has recently stated "I absolutely support all of the states that are moving toward medical marijuana, moving toward- absolutely- legalizing it for recreational use." MPP rates Clinton/Caine B+.
Pres/VP Donald Trump/Michael Pence R While Trump supports medical use, he is opposed to legalizing and regulating marijuana for adult use.  Marijuana Policy project gave Trump the lowest score of all of the 2016 Presidential Candidates- C+.
Pres/VP Jill Stein/Ajamu Baraka G Supports legalizing and regulating marijuana for medical and adult use nationwide. MPP scored Stein A+.
       
US 
House
Denise Juneau D Position unknown
US
House
Ryan Zinke* R While serving in Montana's Legislature, Zinke voted to repeal our program entirely.  Zinke chose Steve Zabawa, a car dealer/founder of Safe Montana, to serve on his medical advisory board. No representatives from the medical marijuana industry serve on this board.
US 
House
Rick Breckenridge L Position unknown
       
Gov/Lt. Gov Steve Bullock/Mike Cooney* D Has expressed support for expanding access for medical use. 
Gov/Lt. Gov Greg Gianforte/Leslie Robinson R Gianforte supports medical use only when "prescribed and monitored by a physician" as well as obtained from an actual pharmacy. 
Gov/Lt. Gov Ted Dunlap/Ron Vandevender L Marijuana legalization is a primary component of Dunlap's campaign. 
       
SOS Monica Lindeen D Lindeen scored a 4.0 out of a possible 6 points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions survey.  
SOS Corey Stapleton R While current position is unknown, Stapleton has in the past been supportive of medical marijuana, he signed the petition to overturn SB-423. 
SOS Roger Roots L  While Roots supports legalizing marijuana, he is a very controversial figure. 
       

AG

Larry Jent D Jent changed his stance since serving in the Montana legislature, where he supported repealing Montana's medical marijuana program. Recently he has publicly expressed support of I-182. He is opposed to recreational use but supports medical access.  
AG Tim Fox* R Tim Fox has been Montana patients' and providers' biggest enemy since becoming Montana's Attorney General as his office has consistently fought all court decisions enjoining parts of SB-423, Montana's current medical marijuana law, which eliminated marijuana access for over 10,000 Montana patients.  Fox applauded the Montana Supreme Court decision which ultimately shut down nearly all of the state's medical providers. 
       
State Auditor Jesse Laslovich D Laslovich, while serving in Montana's legislature, was supportive of expansion of our medical marijuana program, supporting legislation to expand the amount of usable marijuana a patient could possess as well as adding qualifying conditions.  
State Auditor Matt Rosendale R Rosendale supported repealing Montana's medical marijuana program entirely when he served in the state legislature.  He also voted for SB 423
       
Supt of OPI Melissa Romano D Position unknown
Supt of OPI Elsie Arntzen R Arntzen, while serving in the legislature, voted to repeal Montana's medical marijuana program entirely, she also voted for SB 423.  She also co-sponsored legislation requiring drug testing of welfare recipients
       
Supreme Court Just. #3 Dirk Sandefur NA Sandefur has expressed support for medical marijuana. 

Supreme Court Just. #3

Kristen Juras NA One of only 7 donors to Safe Montana, an organization devoted to eliminating all access to medical marijuana in Montana. 

 

 

 

SENATE RACES 

 

 

 

 

  

 

SD 03 Melissa L. Hartman D Scored a 3.0 out of a possible 6 points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions Survey
SD 03 Keith Regier R Has been a consistent prohibitionist.  He co-sponsored legislation to require drug testing of welfare recipients. 
       
SD 06 Rolf Harmsen D Position unknown
SD 06 Albert D. Olszewski R Position unknown
       
SD 07 Mark Sheets D Scored a perfect 6 points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions Survey. 
SD 07 Jennifer Fielder* R Co-sponsored legislation to require drug testing of welfare recipients. 
       
SD 10 Steve Fitzpatrick* R While he has not been generally supportive of marijuana access in the past, he is one of the more moderate Republicans in our Legislature and has the potential to be supportive. 
SD 10 Deborah L. Magin D Position unknown. 
       
SD 15 Sean McConnaha D Position unknown
SD 15 Ryan Osmundson R Has consistently supported repealing or severely limiting Montana's medical marijuana program. 
       
SD 16 Frank J. Smith D Scored 4 out of a possible 6 points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions Survey
SD 16 G. Bruce Meyers R Position unknown. 
       
SD 17 Douglas Adolphson D  Position unknown
SD 17 Mike Lang R  Position unknown
       
SD 21 Carolyn Pease-Lopez D  Opposed both HB 161 (repeal) and SB 423. Voted to require warning labels on marijuana. Opposed requiring drug testing of welfare recipients
SD 21 Jason D. Small R  Position unknown
       
SD 23 Paul J. Van Tricht D Scored 5 out of a possible 6 points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions Survey
SD 23 Roger Webb R Has consistently supported repealing or severely limiting Montana's medical marijuana program. Sen. Roger Webb sponsored a bill to require drug testing for welfare recipients. He's criticized DPHHS for "not doing their job" in weeding out recreational users from Montana's medical marijuana program.  He's better knownfor beating and shooting his neighbor's dogs and more recently, poaching a trophy whitetail buck.  
       
SD 25 Jen Gross D Although no 
SD 25 Donna Huston R  Position unknown
       
SD 26 Margie McDonald D Scored 4 out of a possible 6 points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions Survey
SD 26 Donald Roberts  R  Position unknown
       
SD 28 Deborah Abbey D  Position unknown
SD 28 Tom Richmond R  Supports requiring drug testing of welfare recipients. 
       
SD 35 Mary Meyer D  Position unknown
SD 35 Scott Sales* R  While he supports decriminalizing possession of small amounts of marijuana, he stated in Project Vote Smart's Political Courage test that he does not support the medical use of marijuana.  
       
SD 38 Edie McClafferty D Opposed SB423 and HB 161 (repeal). Opposed requiring drug testing of welfare recipients. 
SD 38 Glenn J. Rosenbaum R  Position unknown
       
SD 39 Gene Vuckovich* D  Supports access to medical marijuana according to Project Vote Smart's 2012 Political Courage test. Voted against repealing medical marijuana (HB 161) and against SB 423. 
SD 39 Dick Motta L  Position unknown.
SD 39 Suzzann Nordwick R  Position unknown. 
       
SD 40 Terry J. Gauthier R Scored a 3.5 out of a possible 6 points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions Survey. 
SD 40 Hal Jacobson D  Position unknown
       
SD 44 James R. Olsen D Although his position is unknown, it literally cannot be worse than his opponent.  
SD 44 Fred Thomas* R Scored the lowest overall score on Montana NORML's  Marijuana Positions Survey, with a score of -3 out of a possible 6.  Co-sponsored requiring drug testing of welfare recipients. 
       
SD 45 Dick Barrett* D Scored a 5.0 out of a possible 6 points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions Survey. Opposed SB 423 and HB 161. 
SD 45 Sashin Hume R Position unknown
       
SD 46 Sue Malek* D  Opposed HB 161 and SB 423. 
SD 46 Adam S. Pummill R  Position unknown
       
SD 47 Tom France D  Position unknown.
SD 47 Daniel R. Solomon R  Supported both HB 161 and SB 423. Co-sponsored legislation requiring drug testing of welfare recipients.

 

 

 

 

HOUSE RACES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HD 01 Steve Gunderson R  Position unknown
HD 01 Steve Haarstick D  Position unknown
       
HD 02 Mike Cuffe* R  Position unknown. Opposed requiring drug testing for welfare recipients. 
HD 02 David B. McGarry D  Position unknown
       
HD 03 Taylor Rose R Scored a 6 out of a possible 6 points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions Survey. 
HD 03 Zac Perry* D Scored a 5 out of a possible 6 points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions Survey. Supports medical marijuana and legalizing small amounts of marijuana. Opposed requiring drug testing of welfare recipients
       
HD 04 Deborah Gentry D Scored a 6 out of a possible 6 points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions Survey. 
HD 04 Matt Regier R Position Unknown
       
HD 05 Chet Billi R Scored a 4 out of a possible 6 points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions Survey. Supports medical and legalization as a matter of personal choice, although he doesn't endorse recreational use. 
HD 05 Dave Fern D Scored a 3 out of a possible 6 points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions Survey. 
       
HD 06 Carl Glimm* R  In 2012 Project Vote Smart's Political Courage test, this candidate indicated he opposed allowing access to medical marijuana. He co-sponsored legislation requiring drug testing for welfare recipients.   
HD 06 Lisa Morrow D  Position unknown
HD 06 Ian Wheeler L  Position unknown
       
HD 07 Lynn Stanley D Scored a 5 out of a possible 6 points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions Survey. 
HD 07 Frank Garner* R Candidate co-sponsored legislation requiring drug testing for welfare recipients. 
       
HD 08 C. Paige Rappleye D Scored a 4 out of a possible 6 points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions Survey. 
HD 08 Steve Lavin* R Co-sponsored legislation to require drug testing of welfare recipients.   Supported repealing Montana's medical marijuana program entirely. 
       
HD 09 Randy Brodehl* R  Supported repealing Montana's medical marijuana program entirely. Voted to require drug testing for welfare recipients. 
HD 09 Brittany MacLean D  Position unknown
       
HD 10 Mark Ray Noland* R  Co-sponsored legislation requiring drug testing of welfare recipients
HD 10 James H. Swanson D  Position unknown
       
HD 11 Eileen Bach Bech D Position unknown
HD 11 Derek Skees R Voted to repeal Montana's medical marijuana program entirely. 
       
HD 12 Susan Evans D  Position unknown
HD 12 Greg Hertz* R  Co-sponsored legislation requiring drug testing of welfare recipients
       
HD 13 Debra J. Achatz D  Position unknown
HD 13 Bob Brown* R Voted to require drug testing of welfare recipients
       
HD 14 Bryan Foster D  Position unknown
HD 14 Denley M. Loge R  Position unknown
       
HD 17 Ross H. Fitzgerald R  Position unknown
HD 17 Barnett G. Sporkin-Morrison D  Position unknown
       
HD 18 Rob Cook* R  Voted to require drug testing of welfare recipients.
HD 18 Herbert Hartzell D  Position unknown
       
HD 19 Wendy McKamey R  Co-sponsored legislation requiring drug testing of welfare recipients
HD 19 Elaine G. Olsen D  Position unknown
       
HD 20 Fred Anderson R  Position unknown
HD 20 Amy J. Rapp D  Position unknown
       
HD 22 Albert J. Ferderer D  Position unknown
HD 22 Lola Sheldon Gallaway R Scored a 0 out of 6 possible points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions survey. Answered "not sure" to every question.  
       
HD 23 Mark A. Dunn R  Position unknown
HD 23 Brad Hamlett D  Position unknown
       
HD 24 Jean Price* D  Opposed requiring drug testing of welfare recipients
HD 24 William Raaen R  Position unknown
       
HD 25 Garrett Lankford D  Position unknown
HD 25 Jeremy Trebas R  Position unknown
       
HD 26 Casey J. Schreiner D Position unknown
HD 26 Michael K. Cooper, Sr R Scored a 3 out of 6 possible points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions survey
       
HD 27 Ryan Rominger D  Position unknown
HD 27 James O'Hara R  Position unknown
       
HD 28 Jacob Bachmeier D  Position unknown
HD 28 Stephanie Hess* R  Opposed requiring drug testing of welfare recipients
       
HD 29 Dan Bartel R  Position unknown
HD 29 Dryn Durley D  Position unknown
       
HD 30 E. Wylie Galt R  Position unknown
HD 30 Linda Johnson D  Position unknown
       
HD 33 Mike Finley D  Position unknown
HD 33 Casey Knudsen R  Position unknown
       
HD 34 Evelyn Carlyle D  Position unknown
HD 34 Austin Knudsen R  Supported SB 423, opposed HB 161. Co-sponsored legislation requiring drug testing of welfare recipients.  
       
HD 35 Chris Trumpower D  Position unknown
HD 35 Scott Staffanson* R  Co-sponsored legislation requiring drug testing of welfare recipients
       
HD 36 Mike Ruddy D  Position unknown
HD 36 Alan Doane* R  Co-sponsored legislation requiring drug testing of welfare recipients
       
HD 37 Judy Cramer D  Position unknown
HD 37 Bill Harris R  Position unknown
       
HD 38 Steve Muggli D  Position unknown
HD 38 Kenneth L. Holmlund* R  Co-sponsored legislation requiring drug testing of welfare recipients
       
HD 39 Bruce Miller D  Position unknown
HD 39 Geraldine Custer* R  Co-sponsored legislation requiring drug testing of welfare recipients but voted no on the final bill. 
       
HD 40 Sue M. Olson D  Position unknown
HD 40 Barry Usher R  Position unknown
       
HD 43 Josh Daniels L Scored a 6 out of 6 possible points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions survey
HD 43 Elizabeth Pincolini D Scored a 6 out of 6 possible points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions survey
HD 43 Peggy Webb R While Webb's position is unknown, her husband Sen. Roger Webb (SD 23) sponsored a bill to require drug testing for welfare recipients. He's infamous for beating and shooting his neighbor's dogs and more recently, poaching a trophy whitetail buck.  
       
HD 44 Kari Boiter D Scored a 6 out of 6 possible points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions survey
HD 44 Dale Mortenson* R Scored a 4 out of 6 possible points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions survey.
       
HD 45 Ken Crouch D Scored a 5 out of 6 possible points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions survey
HD 45 Daniel Zolnikov R Scored a 4 out of 6 possible points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions survey.
       
HD 46 Angie Buckley D  Position unknown
HD 46 Donald W. Jones* R  Supports requiring drug testing for welfare recipients
       
HD 47 Kathy Kelker* D Scored a 4 out of 6 possible points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions survey.
HD 47 Jason Lee Thomas R  Position unknown
       
HD 48 Jessica L. Karjala* D Has consistently supported our key issues.  Supports legalizing small amounts of marijuana in addition to allowing medical marijuana. Opposed requiring drug testing for welfare recipients
HD 48 Robert Saunders R Scored 2.0 out of 6 possible points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions survey. Safe Montana's largest donor, besides Steve Zabawa, is listed as Robert Saunders.  It is unknown whether they are one and the same person.  
       
HD 49 Kelly McCarthy* D Scored a 6 out of 6 possible points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions survey. Opposed requiring drug testing of welfare recipients.
HD 49 Benjamin Hunter R Position unknown
       
HD 50 Kerri Seekins-Crowe R Is a devoted member of Safe Montana. While her opponent's position is unknown, it cannot be worse than Seekins-Crowe's.  
HD 50 Virginia Court* D  Position unknown
       
HD 51 Shoots Veis D  Position unknown
HD 51 Adam Rosendale R  Position unknown
       
HD 52 Chris Goodridge D  Position unknown
HD 52 Jimmy Patelis R  Position unknown
       
HD 53 Jordan Matney D  Position unknown
HD 53 Dennis Lenz R  Candidate is completely opposed to medical marijuana as well as legalizing possession of small amounts.  
       
HD 54 Tracy M. Heilman D  Position unknown
HD 54 Jeff Essmann* R Primary sponsor of the repeal in disguise.  He supported both SB 423 and HB 161. However, he is rumored to be more receptive to changing the law presently. Co-sponsored legislation to require drug testing of welfare recipients
       
HD 55 Ryan Arnold D  
HD 55 Vince Ricci* R  Co-sponsored legislation requiring drug testing of welfare recipients
       
HD 56 Daryl L. Templet D  Position unknown
HD 56 Sue Vinton R  Position unknown
       
HD 57 Andrew T. Forcier L Scored 6 ou6 of 6 possible points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions survey. 
HD 57 Elaine Doerr D  Position unknown
HD 57 Forest J. Mandeville* R Supports medical marijuana, opposed to legalizing small amounts
       
HD 58 Mike Crabtree D  Position unknown
HD 58 Seth Berglee* R Generally unsupportive of our causes.  Moonlights as a reserve sheriff's deputy.  Supported requiring drug testing of welfare recipients
       
HD 59 Dirk Adams D  Position unknown
HD 59 Alan Redfield* R  Supported requiring drug testing of welfare recipients.
       
HD 60 Laurie Bishop D  Position unknown
HD 60 Debra Lamm* R  Position unknown
       
HD 61 Francis Wendt L Scored a 6 out of 6 possible points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions survey
HD 61 Neal Ganser R  Position unknown
HD 61 Jim Hamilton D Has the distinction of the lowest Democratic nominee in Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions survey- scoring a 1 out of 6 possible points.  
       
HD 63 Zach Brown* D Scored 5 out of 6 possible points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions survey
HD 63 Jim King R Scored 0 out of a possible 6 points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions survey
       
HD 64 Chase Ellison D  Position unknown
HD 64 Kerry E. White* R  Supported requiring drug testing of welfare recipients.
       
HD 65 Christopher Pope* D  Opposed requiring drug testing of welfare recipients.
HD 65 Jon A Knokey R  Position unknown
       
HD 67 John Jurmu D Scored 3 out of a possible 6 points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions survey
HD 67 Tom Burnett* R  Supported HB 161 and SB 423. Supported requiring drug testing of welfare recipients.
       
HD 68 David K. Andes D  Position unknown
HD 68 Bruce Grubbs R  Position unknown
       
HD 69 Eric Dunham D  Position unknown
HD 69 Walt Sales R  Position unknown
       
HD 70 Merlyn Huso D  Position unknown
HD 70 Kelly Flynn* R  Current position unknown, in 2010, Flynn opposed medical marijuana as well as decriminalizing small amounts. 
       
HD 72 Mike Mosolf D Scored 5 out of 6 possible points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions survey
HD 72 Tom Welch R  Position unknown
       
HD 75 Sabrina Steketee D  Position unknown
HD 75 Kirk Wagoner R  Co-sponsored legislation requiring drug testing of welfare recipients
       
HD 77 Kathy Swanson* D  Opposed legislation requiring drug testing of welfare recipients
HD 77 Kerry Greybeal R Received a negative score on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions survey (-1).  
       
HD 78 Gordon Pierson, Jr* D  Opposed requiring drug testing of welfare recipients
HD 78 Dean K. DeSilva R  Position unknown
       
HD 80 Elizabeth Cain D Scored 6 out of 6 possible points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions survey
HD 80 Valerie Clague I  Position unknown
HD 80 Becky Beard R  Position unknown
       
HD 83 Kim Abbott D  Position unknown
HD 83 Bob Leach R  Current position unknown.  In 2008, he opposed medical marijuana and decriminalizing possession of small amounts. 
       
HD 84 Paula Bonar L Scored 6 out of 6 possible points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions survey
HD 84 Mary Ann Dunwell* D Scored 5 out of 6 possible points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions survey
HD 84 Steve Gibson R  Position unknown
       
HD 85 A. Jo Young D  Position unknown
HD 85 Theresa Manzella* R  Co-sponsored legislation requiring drug testing of welfare recipients
       
HD 86 Nancy A. Neal D  Position unknown
HD 86 Ron Ehli* R  Supports requiring drug testing of welfare recipients. Supported both HB 161 and SB 423.
       
HD 88 Margaret J. Gorski D Scored 5 out of 6 possible points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions survey
HD 88 Ed Greef* R  Opposed to both medical marijuana and decriminalizing possession of small amounts of marijuana. 
       
HD 89 Nate McConnell D  Opposed requiring drug testing of welfare recipients
HD 89 Alex Krigsvold R  Position unknown
       
HD 90 Ellie Hill Smith* D Scored 6 out of 6 possible points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions survey. Supports legalization and medical marijuana. Voted against HB 161 and SB 423. Her response to then-Rep. David Howard calling medical marijuana a "scourge" was epic. 
HD 90 Bill Murray R  Position unknown
       
HD 92 Addrien Marx D  Position unknown
HD 92 Mike Hopkins R  Position unknown
       
HD 93 Johanna Clark R Scored 5 out of 6 possible points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions survey
HD 93 John Fleming D  Position unknown
       
HD 94 Kimberly P. Dudik* D  Opposed requiring drug testing of welfare recipients.
HD 94 Lance Cox R  Position unknown
       
HD 95 Cyndi Kenck R  Position unknown
HD 95 Shane Morigeau D  Position unknown
       
HD 96 Andrew Person* D  Supports decriminalizing possession of small amounts of marijuana, supports medical marijuana. Opposed requiring drug testing of welfare recipients
HD 96 Adam Hertz R  Position unknown
       
HD 97 Nick Davis D  Position unknown
HD 97 Brad Tschida R  Position unknown
       
HD 98 Michael Ellsworth R Scored 6 out of 6 possible points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions survey
HD 98 Willis Curdy* D  Opposed requiring drug testing of welfare recipients
       
HD 99 Marilyn Ryan D  Position unknown
HD 99 Susan Cundiff R  Position unknown
       
HD 100 Andrea Olsen* D  Opposed requiring drug testing of welfare recipients
HD 100 David "Doc" Moore R Scored 3.5 out of 6 possible points on Montana NORML's Marijuana Positions survey. Supports decriminalizing possession of small amounts of marijuana, supports medical marijuana. Opposed requiring drug testing of welfare recipients


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