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Republican candidate says Prez plans reform soon

Rohrabacher: Cannabis is his friend

The White House is planning Federal reforms to cannabis law after the midterm elections, according to Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, R-Calif.

Notorious surfer-dude and open weed-user Rohrabacher represents the Orange County area and is in a tight election fight.  He is seeking any advantage he can, and it is thought his constituents are likely to favour Federal reforms which iron out contradictions betwene local and national laws,  within states like California which have legalized medical marijuana

Rohrabacher tells Fox Business that the Trump administration has made a “solid commitment” to fix marijuana regulation.

“I have been talking to people inside the White House who know and inside the president’s entourage… I have talked to them at length. I have been reassured that the president intends on keeping his campaign promise.”

This is sufficiently vague that nobody could contradict it. The White House press office did not immediately return calls requesting a clarification.

Rohrabacher says the president has spoken in support of legalizing medical marijuana on the federal level – and leaving the question of recreational marijuana use up to the states.

“I would expect after the election we will sit down and we’ll start hammering out something that is specific and real,” he said.

The California congressman, who is up for re-election this November, is battling to hold onto a seat that national Democrats have identified as part of their strategy to win the House majority this midterm election.

Rohrabacher faces Democrat Harley Rouda. RealClearPolitics has listed the seat that Rohrabacher has held for five years as a toss-up – and the polling average has both candidates in a dead heat – with both at 48 percent of voter support.

Recreational marijuana was just recently legalized in California this year – but reforms on the federal level have been stalled for decades. Yet, according to Rohrabacher, that will soon change: “It could be as early as spring of 2019, but definitely in the next legislative session.”

via Fox News

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