How Colorado’s Congressional Candidates Feel About Marijuana

November 7, 2016 Kate Simmons

What public statements have Colorado’s candidates for the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives made about marijuana, rescheduling and research? Here’s our rundown. U.S. Senate Candidates Michael Bennet (D) Incumbent Michael Bennet faces challenges from seven nominees from a variety of parties. Along with 27 other senators, Bennet wrote a letter to President Barack Obama asking [...]

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