Robert Goforth on Drugs
Project DARIS: combat drugs by educating students
After spending years going into schools across Kentucky to provide a free drug-education prevention program called Project DARIS to students across our state, the drug epidemic weighed so heavy on me that I decided to seek a public service opportunity
to be able to have a greater impact on policy. I ran for state representative and was elected to serve the people of the 89th House District in Jackson, and portions of Laurel and Madison counties.
Now, I'm running for governor because Kentucky deserves a choice. I will support our teachers and public education, fund public pensions, combat drugs, fix our infrastructure and help
Kentucky live up to its greatest potential. I humbly ask for your vote and support in the primary election.
Source: MSN.com on 2019 Kentucky governor's race
, May 10, 2019
Regulate and tax medical marijuana
Robert Goforth co-sponsored House Bill 136: AN ACT relating to medicinal marijuana & making an appropriation therefor. [The bill would]:
Legislative outcome: floor amendment filed to Committee Substitute 3/12/19.
Source: Kentucky legislative voting records: HB 25 on KRS 525.135
, Feb 7, 2017
- exempt the medicinal marijuana program from existing provisions in Kentucky law to the contrary
and regulate the medicinal marijuana program in Kentucky
- establish the Division of Medicinal Marijuana within the Department of Alcoholic Beverage and Cannabis Control
- establish restrictions on the possession of and cultivation for personal use of
- prohibit the possession and use of medicinal marijuana at schools, in correctional facilities, any property of the federal government, or while operating a motor vehicle
- prohibit smoking of medicinal marijuana on public
transportation, or in public places
- establish the medicinal marijuana trust fund, with 10% of money returned to dispensaries for use by indigent persons.
Page last updated: Nov 19, 2019