Presidential Candidates Respond to MPP’s Question on ChangePolitics


Last month, MPP partnered with ChangePolitics for the launch of its new platform, which is designed to ask ChangePolitics-Socialshare-280x150questions of the presidential candidates and get them on the record about various policy issues.

One of MPP’s questions made it into the top 10 “Most Popular in New Hampshire,” and the Concord Monitor editorial team selected it as one of the final five to be answered by the candidates just ahead of the nation’s first primary election on February 9. 

If elected, how would your administration address the current tension between state and federal marijuana laws?

You can check out the responses from the Democratic candidates and the responses from the Republican candidates at ChangePolitics.org. Also be sure to visit MPP’s profile page to view and vote for all of our questions so we can get more responses from the candidates.

 


5 responses to “Presidential Candidates Respond to MPP’s Question on ChangePolitics”

  1. Why didn’t you get Donald Trumps view’s and Ted Cruz’s view’s when you took this survey? Hillary Clinton we all already know is a Traitor, Killer and Steals Top Secret E-Mails for other Countries. Why haven’t you asked her about that or told the public at large that she needs to be Jailed and in PRISON! As far as I can see you are only interested in your own agenda which is getting someone into the highest office of the Country only to preserve your Medical Marijuana. I want that too. But I will not make a Political Decision only because of that and I think anyone who does is doing this Country a Great Disservice to say the least!

  2. Why didn’t you get Donald Trumps view’s and Ted Cruz’s view’s when you took this survey? Hillary Clinton we all already know is a Traitor, Killer and Steals Top Secret E-Mails for other Countries. Why haven’t you asked her about that or told the public at large that she needs to be Jailed and in PRISON! As far as I can see you are only interested in your own agenda which is getting someone into the highest office of the Country only to preserve your Medical Marijuana. I want that too. But I will not make a Political Decision only because of that and I think anyone who does is doing this Country a Great Disservice to say the least!

  3. Disappointing to see so few responses on the part of Republican candidates. Mr. Trump has been clear, in the past, that he believes cannabis should be available as medication and that the recreational use issue is better settled by the voting citizens of each state. States rights on other issues will be affected by the elected official.

  4. I want to see CBD OIL LEGAL in all 50 states. I have an auto immune that is incurable and I suffer everyday. They can only slow the progression down and not stop the disease. CBD oil has been shown to cure it. I don’t want to die.

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