In red and blue states alike, voters sent a clear message: we must END the war on drugs.
It's time to legalize marijuana, expunge the records of those serving time for it, and ensure BIPOC communities that have been disproportionately harmed own the profits of this new industry. https://t.co/txeoxwJzcV
Republicans want more money for schools, vaccines, #COVID testing and the #PaycheckProtectionProgram. @SenSchumer and @SpeakerPelosi STILL insist on passing the HEROES Act, which mentions marijuana more than it mentions jobs. It's time they got serious about helping Americans. https://t.co/FBIPmAJMy3
The GOP voter pool is experiencing a shift in recent years. While there are strong concerns about health concerns related to the drug, there is rising support by voters to legalize. Supporters want the rights and power to legalize to remain with the states.
The party strongly supports the legalization of cannabis. There is some debate on whether it should be fully decriminalized and regulated by the federal government or if these decisions should be left to each state.