Poll: 78% of Kentuckians Support Medical Marijuana

May 15, 2013 Kentucky, Kentucky Health Issues Poll, Louisville, medical, Perry Clark


According the latest Kentucky Health Issues Poll, 78% of Kentuckians support the legalization of medical marijuana, and 25% say they would be okay with regulating recreational use as well. Only 38% oppose any form of legalization.

Proponents were split when it came to legislative action. Almost half thought the decision should be left up to voters, 23% thought state legislators should change the law, and another 23% believed ending prohibition was the job of the federal government.

[caption id="attachment_6427" align="alignright" width="141"]Perry Clark Sen. Perry Clark[/caption]

Citizens of Kentucky will be happy to know that State Senator Perry Clark (D-Louisville) has been tireless in his push to introduce medical marijuana legislation; unfortunately, his bill has yet to receive a hearing.

Let’s hope more Kentucky lawmakers start listening to the people they claim to represent.