More Conservatives Support Marijuana Policy Reform

Mar 27, 2013 American Family Association, Bryan Fischer, conservative, Pat Robertson, Rand Paul


Despite what some may think, marijuana reform is not a rallying cry for simply one side of the political spectrum.

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In response to a comment from Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) on "Fox News Sunday" that marijuana use wasn't worth throwing people in jail for, Bryan Fischer, the director of issues analysis for the socially conservative American Family Association, tweeted: “Sen. Paul doesn't want [to] send folks to jail for marijuana beef. Fine. Make 'em pay a fine, like we do for speeding tickets.”

TV evangelist Pat Robinson has also spoken in favor of marijuana reform, publically endorsing ballot initiatives in Colorado and Washington state.