Letter to the Editor | Legal Marijuana Now endorses Dennis Degenhardt for 58th Assembly District | By Chris Nyland

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Nov. 28, 2017 – Washington Co., WI – Today, LMNWisconsin, released the following statement:

“Legal Marijuana Now Wisconsin is proud to announce our Endorsement of Dennis D Degenhardt for State Assembly. He will be an outstanding representative, for the citizens of the 58th District, and the rest of Wisconsin.

As a veteran Dennis knows safe, legal, regulated, medical marijuana would be beneficial to veterans who need it, as well as many other Patients who should be allowed access with a physician’s recommendation.

Mr. Degenhardt also understands cannabis is a safer alternative to the opiates and other drugs often used, and it could help reduce effects of the opioid/heroin crisis on our communities. Dennis also supports a statewide referendum for recreational cannabis for adult use, along with economic growth and jobs it will bring $100 million’s increase in annual tax revenue.

He also believes cannabis should not be listed as a schedule I drug, and states where vibrant recreational cannabis industries thrive, the legal purveyors should have access to Federally insured Financial Institutions, on a Federal level.

Electing Dennis D Degenhardt, a valuable member of the community who Cares about People, to the State Assembly in District 58 on January 16, 2018 will be a positive step FORWARD in making Wisconsin a better place to live, work, and visit for everyone.”

Chris Nyland

Legal Marijuana Now Wisconsin

 

 

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