Travis Allen on Drugs
Opposed pot law barring state cooperation with Feds
"This is insanity," Allen told his colleagues. "This is a complete violation of federal law. The hubris of California Democrats believing they can flout federal law on immigration and drug policy is beyond words."
He said local law enforcement would be put in "harm's way" if there was no cooperation with federal drug enforcement officers.
Source: Los Angeles Times on 2018 California governor race
, Jun 1, 2017
Voted NO on reducing possession from felony to misdemeanor
Excerpts from Legislative Counsel's Digest:Status:Passed House, 41-31-6; passed Senate 24-14-1; vetoed by Governor, Oct. 12, 2013; no override vote.
OnTheIssues Explanation: "Tetrahydrocannabinols" means marijuana and its derivatives.
The failure of this bill joined a series of similar bills to reduce penalties for marijuana usage. Only medical marijuana usage is currently legal in California. (Travis Allen voted NAY).
Source: California legislative voting records: SB 649
, Sep 4, 2013
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