The Veterans, African American, and low-income communities across all spectrums are disproportionately effected from the current federal laws on the books governing marijuana possession and use.
In D.C., President Donald J. Trump has done more for marijuana reform than anyone ever expected.
President Trump will hold a campaign rally in Hershey on December 10th, in Pennsylvania’s 10th District held by Congressman Scott Perry.
Perry has refused to advocate for a full presidential pardon of Trump’s friend Roger Stone, his adviser of nearly forty years. Perry remained silent as a D.C. activist judge appointed by Barack Obama railroaded Stone and forced upon him an all Democrat jury.
The president is taking strides to make our schools safe again by establishing a Federal Commission on School Safety; partnering with states to encourage the awareness and reporting of suspicious activity; expanding and reforming mental health programs; and stronger background checks for gun purchasers.