Ask the Republican Candidates Where They Stand on Cannabis Reform
Google and Fox News will host a debate between Republican primary candidates in Orlando on September 22nd. Similar to the “social media townhalls” President Obama has previously hosted, this debate will consist exclusively of questions submitted by the public. This forum provides advocates with a unique opportunity to put these presidential hopefuls on record regarding their position on marijuana law reform.
NORML has submitted a question for consideration:
“As president, would you stand up for states’ rights by ending federal marijuana prohibition and allow them to experiment with models of decriminalization and legalization without federal interference?”
Here is how you can voice your support and promote this question:
Step 1: Go to Fox News’ Youtube page here.
Step 2: Click the “Vote” tab at the top of the page.
Step 3: In the topics box, select “Social Issues”
Step 4: Click “Video Questions.”
Step 5: You should see our video question towards the top of the list, look for the NORML logo in the thumbnail. Click the thumbs up icon next to the question.
The current line up of candidates have gone to great lengths to distance themselves from the current policies of President Obama, yet most have remained silent on the topic of marijuana law reform (that is, of course, excluding Ron Paul). Take a moment of your time to vote up our question, if these candidates want your vote, don’t you deserve to know where they stand on cannabis? September 12, 2011