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David Cobb on Drugs

Green Party nominee for President


Decriminalize minor possession of marijuana

Source: 2004 Presidential National Political Awareness Test May 2, 2004

War on drugs is war on our civil liberties

The `war on drugs' is actually a war on our civil liberties. It is also a war on people . . . most of whom are poor, young, and disproportionately people of color.
Source: 2004 Presidential National Political Awareness Test May 2, 2004

Rated A+ by VOTE-HEMP, indicating a pro-hemp voting record.

Cobb scores A+ by VOTE-HEMP on pro-hemp legalization policies

VOTE HEMP is a non-profit organization dedicated to the acceptance of and free market for Industrial Hemp. Industrial Hemp is non-psychoactive low THC varieties of the cannabis sativa plant. Currently, it is illegal for U.S. farmers to grow Industrial Hemp because it is improperly classified as a "drug" under the Controlled Substances Act. Since changes in law require shifts in thinking and this requires education in the facts, our primary goal is the education of legislators and regulators, farmers and businesses, students and other concerned citizens.

Source: VOTE-HEMP website 02n-HEMP on Dec 31, 2003

Other candidates on Drugs: David Cobb on other issues:
George W. Bush
Dick Cheney
John Edwards
John Kerry

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Peter Camejo
David Cobb
Ralph Nader
Michael Peroutka

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Wesley Clark
Howard Dean
Dick Gephardt
Bob Graham
Dennis Kucinich
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Adv: Avi Green for State Rep Middlesex 26, Somerville & Cambridge Massachusetts