Democratic 2020 Presidential Candidates on DrugsMay 13, 2019
1981: Militarized domestic police against drugs.
1989: Bush didn't go far enough in War on Drugs.
Proud of backing tough drug laws & penalties.
Decriminalize marijuana; expunge past criminal records.
Legalize marijuana federally, plus state incentives.
Marijuana is personal responsibility issue; move to legalize.
Crack down on traffickers of dangerous drugs like fentanyl.
Legalize and regulate marijuana; expunge criminal records.
Let states legalize marijuana; non-user supports free choice.
Legalize marijuana it gives a lot of people joy.
Marijuana legalization works, but leave it to states.
Failed War on Drugs paved way for pot legalization.
As teen, grew his own marijuana before it was legal.
Supports states permitting marijuana, not federal reform.
Reduce sentences for non-violent drug offenders.
Opioid companies should fund addiction treatment.
1998: drunk driving arresting officers say he tried to flee.
Treat drug abuse as public health issue, not criminal.
Arrested for drunk driving at age 25; license suspended.
Dealing Drugs and Death: 2011 call for legalization.
End prohibition on marijuana, expunge records of possessors.
Decriminalize opiates & marijuana, but not cocaine.