Gov. Walker says “not right now” on legalizing marijuana in Wis.

MADISON (WITI) — It has been one year since Colorado and Washington legalized marijuana, and this year, half of the states will consider similar legislation. A Democratic Wisconsin representative has introduced a bill into the state Assembly to legalize marijuana.

The bill has attracted six Democratic co-sponsors.

LRB 3671 would legalize marijuana for recreational and medicinal purposes in Wisconsin.

Rep. Melissa Sargent says the bill is a good start to bringing a policy we’ve seen implemented in Colorado and Washington State to Wisconsin.

“After researching this issue extensively, I believe that this bill will benefit Wisconsin and its citizens in many ways, including: addressing racial disparities in arrests, providing medical benefits, time and cost savings to law enforcement, and additional revenue for the state,” Rep. Sargent stated in a press release posted on her website.

“It just makes sense,” Gary Storck told FOX6 News.

Storck is one of Wisconsin’s leading advocates for decriminalizing marijuana. As a glaucoma patient, he learned in the 1970s that smoking cannabis reduced his inter-ocular eye pressure and helped to save his vision.

“It has helped me. I’ve been using cannabis every day since then, that I’ve been able to access it,” Storck said.

Storck founded the group “Is My Medicine Legal Yet?” or IMMLY.

Medical marijuana is already legal in 20 states, and 14 others are considering medical marijuana laws this year.

As for Wisconsin…

“I don’t think you’re going to see anything serious anytime soon here, but if other states did, maybe in the next Legislative session there’d be more talk about it,” Gov. Walker said.

Gov. Walker spoke with Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper at last week’s National Governor’s Assocation meeting, where Hickenlooper said his state would see $134 million in sales tax revenue for the year — much higher than expected.

“He talked about the upsides of the revenue. He also talked about how they weren’t rushing to spend that on other things because, he said, it’s early and they’re still concerned about the side effects,” Gov. Walker said.

Despite the fact that Rep. Sargent has introduced LRB 3671, the consensus among state law enforcement officials seems to be that marijuana is a “gateway drug,” and should remain illegal.

Gov. Walker agrees, but says he isn’t completely shutting the door on this issue.

“It may be something that resonates in the future, but I just don’t see any movement for it right now,” Gov. Walker said.

That means for now, folks like Gary Storck must weigh criminal penalties against crippling pain.

“I have to buy it on the black market, like so many patients, and it’s really sad because people want this medicine, they want legal access, but because our lawmakers haven’t yet caught up with public opinion, they still have to break the law,” Storck said.

What do you think? Is Wisconsin ready for the legalization of marijuana?

94 comments

  • Gunner

    Should say “Despite the fact that Rep. Sargent has introduced LRB 3671, the consensus among state law enforcement officials seems to be that less drug arrests would adversely affect their budgets” and should remain illegal.

      • Daniel

        The only reason it is considered a “gateway drug” is because if you want to smoke you are going to have to go to someone who sells it illegally. Typically people dont just sell marijuana. They just say if you want to try something a little stronger I have it but if it were legal you wouldn’t even have the option of anything else. Its more of being pressured by a dealer than blaming the “drug”, marijuana

    • Mike Tyson

      Exactly. This war on drugsis a war on its citizens purely to line the pockets of politicians and lock up our own people, it’s disguising. Recall WALKER, he isn’t for the people, he’s for the lobbyist.

  • mike

    THE KENOSHA CASINO AND KNOW NO MARIJUANNA WHATS NEXT THIS STATE WILL NEVER GET ANYWHERE JUST KEEP ON TURNING THINGS DOWN.AS USUAL 5 YEARS DOWN THE ROAD OH WE SHOULD HAVE LEGALIZED THIS LAST TIME.I DONT GET THIS THERE IS NOTHING TO LOOSE WITH THIS STUFF.ITS ALL POSATIVE ISSUES HOW CAN SOME PASS THIS BY.TAKE CARE YA LL.MOVE FORWARD DOES ANYBODY REMEMBER THOSE WORDS LETS DO IT THEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Ryan

    To bad marihuana isn’t a useful as Viagra and breast implants, and all of the other useless implants people get for cosmetic purposes. Doctors waste so much time doing useless procedures with real health consequences. How does the governor feel about Viagra and breast implants. What do female doctors feel about these issues also. I am tired of the males point of views.

  • Chris

    I don’t agree with the whole gateway drug thing. Because I havn’t smoked weed in a long time. I quit it and I wasn’t addicted to it at all. It was easy for me to. I choose not to do it now. It is a free will choice. I’m not against it at all. It’s like choosing alcohol. But alcohol has more deaths and health risks! And causes for deaths on the road! When I used to smoke. I didn’t do any other drug. Or commit a crime besides rade the refriderator and listen to music L.O.L. And I smoked for like five six years from 13 to 19. I did it like everyday. It wasn’t a big deal. Yeah, it was illegal but I stopped. It just sucks that people have to go to jail or prison for it. I mean, it doesn’t kill people like alcohol or any drug. And the addiction isn’t really there.

    I mean if we were to legalize it. There would be so much benefit to it health and tax reason. We would see people out of jail and we would be hitting the more harmful drug then the green God put on this earth. I think it would be a benefit. One thing if you were to legalize it. Just put a rule in if you drive with the influence of it. I mean George Washington smoked weed. And look how successful he was!

    There are a lot of things that would help out the state. And with the other states that legalized it. I don’t understand why some states legalize it and others don’t. I thought it was called “The United States.” We are suppose to be united and not in a different branch of things in each state. It makes no sense. If one state does it. We should all do it.

  • Brandon

    Don’t these schmucks realize that tobacco and alcohol are the real “Gateway Drugs” if there is even such a thing. Once you knowingly risk getting cancer, heart disease, emphysema, etc… suddenly doing a line of coke or shooting up a bag of heroin isn’t such a big leap.

    Yes, most hard drug users started out with weed… but only because it’s the most commonly used and most widely available illicit drug out there!!!

    Look at all the people that smoke weed and would never think about trying coke, heroin, oxycontin, etc…

    Just legalize it already. Over half the population agrees, and it’s still “We the people”, right?

  • Clyde La Fave

    Once Walker realizes how many tax dollars legal weed will bring in (after Colorado’s 1st year tax revenue is realized) and how much of that he can “steal” for his bullcrap projects, he’ll jump on the band wagon! And then there are the thousands of jobs legal weed will create (look at Colorado, again where over 10,000 jobs have been created already in just the first year alone) he’ll pull his head out of his booty and back the legal weed campaign. Medical Marijuana is legal in the state of Michigan, and just the money from “Marijuana card” fees brings in nearly 10 million dollars a year. Imagine the tax dollars raised once it’s regulated and taxed! Just think, Mr. Walker, of all the money you can siphon for other things! Over 90% of the people polled for this article think weed should be legalized in Wisconsin. Whatcha think, Gov….gonna listen to “We The People”?

  • Brion Eduardo

    “After researching this issue extensively, I believe that this bill will benefit Wisconsin and its citizens in many ways…”
    -Rep. Melissa Sargent

    “I don’t think you’re going to see anything serious anytime soon here, but if other states did, maybe in the next Legislative session there’d be more talk about it.”
    -Gov. Scott Walker

    Rep. Sargent and Gov. Walker provide an interesting comparison/contrast in terms of leadership. It’s too bad the appropriate roles are reversed.

    • peter

      If he would do this it would also keep alot of people out of the county jail system. Because i know atleast in my county ( Barron County) 85% is for Drugs and 76% are for weed….??? does that make you think that it would help out a lil bit too?? Like really you could make more money for taxes with it too, more jobs will open because you got to grow to be able to to be able to smoke. and people to sell it to costumers to buy.

      Peter R.

  • Jasmine Lumpkins

    He says no because prison is big business, where will all the good old boy prison CO’s work if they can’t fill prisons with people who use and or sell marijuana. He isn’t sure which is more profitable yet, prisons or marijuana!

  • bright

    I am so sick of hearing its a gate way drug. Alcohol is a gate way drug. that’s legal and hundreds of thousands are killed every year do to alcohol related deaths. plus it would bring in revenue. to me its a no brainer. also less taxpayer dollars wasted on petty drug charges.

  • kensai2000

    People across the nation are screaming legalize, polls are in favor, doing well with tax revenue where it is legal and governors throughout the country are still trying to do every song and dance they can to avoid it being legal in their state. Seems like the only people objecting legalization is the politicians in power.

  • steve .k

    Lot a potheads out there , don’t know how you can hold a job with all the drug testing . The experts say its safe , safer than alcohol . How many people have been killed in auto accident with drunks .The family of the mother who was pregnant and a four year old in back seat all KILLED by a drunk , doped up doctor couple years back , let them tell how real it is .The great U.S.A , and the most important issue’s are potheads and gays .SAD .

    • Wendy

      Umm… if you are talking about the case I think you are, that doctor was “doped up” on prescription pills, NOT cannabis. Or maybe the more recent case, again, NOT cannabis. If you are going to make an anti-cannabis statement, you would likely help your cause immensely if you used accurate information, not made-up-“I’m-going-to-say-this-because-if-it-was-true-it-would-help-my-case” information. And believe it or not, there are quite a few people interested in changing these laws simply based on principle. Our freedoms have been chiseled away so slowly, almost imperceptibly, that people like you accept it. I, for one, refuse to do so.

  • doyourresearch

    We need a new governor in WI that is open to providing new revenue for our state and that is going to represent working for all people here in the state of Wisconsin marijuana is not a drug its mother natures natural plant a herbal medicine I have been a cannabis supporter since my school days its not a gateway drug ive never used the extreme drugs such as coke meth crack and all of those disgusting drugs they so claim people use its just an excuse to keep this harmless plant banned Wisconsin need to get on the roll if we continue to allow our lawmakers brainwash and dictate our lives we have will not progress as a people if they want to ban a natural plant from mother earth they might as well ban themselves as being illegal man create many destructive products and medicines that can end up in many fatalities this is such a huge contradiction alcohol and cigarettes are legal drugs and they have horrible effects on people a lot of people die from those entities all of these innocent people being arrested becoming felons and outlaws in society because of a small group of people can’t see the health and recreational benefits of this opportunity Wisconsin need a strong leader who want to bring positive change we have scientific studies showing facts that marijuana is no where lethal than cigs alcohol cocaine meth crack whatever those typical drug users use in fact its not lethal at all its should be legalized for 21+ and people should follow the rules in just doing them athome not work or public places also have your mmarijuana card handly should you have question for it let’s bring more income and jobs to this state the legal way lets end false arrests.

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  • Devin

    Yet 90% of wisconsin supports it. Why is he even our governer if he doesn’t support his states choice? If it stays illegal people will still do it. Some dealers are still going to lace it with harder drugs making it bad. So why not just regulate it so we don’t have to worry about children getting hooked on crack that was put into marijuana? Obviously Scott walker doesn’t give 2 shots about the peoples welfare and health.

    • NotMyKindOfPartys

      This guy knows what’s up. Wisconsin is hooked on Koch, courtesy of Scott Walker. The American people have seemingly forgot that the government are our employees. We as a majority want marijuana to be legalized. Yet we let a governor who didn’t graduate college tell us what we can and can’t do with our own bodies. Of course there’s no problem with the unbelievable amount of OWI’s in this state. 8 time offender’s are constantly popping up in the news. Those people are dangerous/deadly. All the while the only people getting hurt from marijuana are the people that possess it. Somebody else on here commented about there needing to be some sort of field sobriety test that can be done. Of course they didn’t mention the fact that big pharmaceutical company’s are the biggest drug dealer’s in the US. Where’s the field sobriety tests for all the dangerous impairing drug’s that are handed out like candy by doctor’s with the approval of big pharma and government? It’s big pharma! It’s the prison system. It’s power hungry politicians. I am nor a rep or dem. I refuse to have any affiliation with sociopathic power hungry people. Unfortunately they run this country. We don’t truly have freedom in this counry. Unless you count freedom to smoke toxic tobacco and drink yourself to death, and possibly, accidentally, murder somebody in the process. If marijuana was patented by big pharma. We’d all be on it like anti depressants, or pain killers. Anybody that thinks marijuana is a gateway drug, is only repeating somerhing they’ve heard somewhere else. They don’t have a personal story that reflects that. They are followers, not leaders. Open up your eye’s to how we are being munipulated. This is a war against Americans. The war on drugs is actually the war on marijuana. Just look at the incarnation rate since Mrs, “Just Say No” started this mess. We are free to be alcoholics, hopeful cancer patients, and hooked on what the gov deems suitable drugs with ungodly side effects. Just not marijuana, because it’s never hurt anybody more than a possible binge eating. How many have been injured or died as a result of marijuana? Well, you’d have to check prison records to come up with any kind of number other than zero. Marijuana itself kills nobody. It will ruin your life if you become a part of the system against it though. That is it’s only danger. Just make it legal. Make us legal. We want it legal. We the people…

  • ForThePeopleNotThemselves

    I believe the only reason Gov. Walker has said “not right now” to the passing of any marijuana laws in Wisconsin is his potential presidential bid for 2016. It is very saddening that our elected officials are serving there own personal interests and not the interests of the people who elected them. This type of bill should be voted on by the people and not the small demographic of lawmakers who think they speak for us.

  • Jason

    First, I see it as prudent for most states wait to see how things play out in Colorado and Washington so they can pass legalization bills with all the kinks worked out, but it should be legalized everywhere. Second (and here is my rant), the only reason marijuana can currently be considered a gateway drug is because you have to buy it from drug dealers. Many drug dealers sell more than just marijuana, it makes sense from a business standpoint to also push highly profitable and addictive drugs along with pot to maximize profits. The gateway effect is eliminated through legalization, example: When I go to a gas station or liquor store to purchase whiskey or cigarettes, the sales person does not offer me a sample of heroin or meth. If I had to go to the south side of Chicago to purchase whiskey from gang banger on the corner, there is a good chance he or she would try to sell me crack as well, making alcohol a gateway drug. Marijuana is only a gateway to Doritos, Twinkies, and Laffy Taffy.

  • Evelyn

    Hello HIGH people, it’s NOT 90% of Wisconsin voting yes. The 90% comes from the people reading THIS article and voting on the poll in THIS article….sheesh.

    I’m all for medical marijuana, i’ve seen the good it can do for sick people, but i’m so against legalizing it because the stoners want to freely smoke.

  • Tequila Jade

    2 main things blocking legalization:

    Ignorance &
    The Pharmaceutical Industry

    The laws criminalizing Marijuana in the U.S. were not created because it is harmful. They were created to destroy the hemp industry. Much like medical marijuana is a threat to the pharmaceutical industry today.

  • Student

    Everything in moderation. I think that recreational use would not only bring great economical growth to our state, but would also be a less dangerous way for people to relax (as opposed to alcohol). The only damning scientific evidence on marijuana use is when it is used during the key stages of brain development (youth). Therefore, I think it should have the same restrictions currently imposed on alcohol.

  • J

    Since when does some puppet in Madison decide anything about what I may or may not choose to do in the sanctity of my own home? Don’t wait for these idiots to decide which agenda will line their own greedy pockets. Make your own decisions.

  • Sally

    We have enough ppl out there not willing to work who live off the state maybe in order for us to legalize the drug we should have drug tests in order for you to get help from state

    • Freedom My Arse

      Sally where have you been, they tried that in Fl and it failed, it cost the tax payers lot’s of money and where did it go? Gee wasn’t the Gov’s wife in charge of the testing clinics.. Ya Sally we’ll get right on that.

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    200+ years ago we got together and fought off the British. We sent our young boys off to die for taxation without representation. Right? Wrong! They fought and died for freedom. The right to be free of another’s will. The declaration says it. But now our officials say, oh it’s not in the constitution. Freedom is what this country was formed on. And nobody gave politicians or judges the right to take it away.
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  • BARB Mueller

    Well, Mr Walker has lost my vote or any politician out there that is against.. I will be voting the other person.
    If Walkers family had a terrible cancer, seizures I am sure this would be voted in. Wonder if he would like to see his family members suffer instead…. Who made him GOD!

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  • nick hartlein

    I have been incarcerated many times for marijuana. I think that the “drug” is absolutely harmless and SHOULD NOT be illegal! I suffer from anxiety, and have been diagnosed, and marijuana helps to keep me calm and live life more productively. I have smoked from an early age and it has never negatively affected my life. You never hear of people dying from it a committing serious crimes while high. I think alcohol should be illegal. You can drive just fine high, but not drunk! I just recently got out of prison for possession of .25 grams of marijuana. I served just shy of a year, only because I have a few weeks credited to me. I am now on probation for 3 years and can’t smoke. I was so excited when I heard of the possible legalization of marijuana. I think our country would be happier and more laid back if people were allowed to get high. I know millions of people would agree too. There would be less arrests and fewer people crowding our prisons and jails. It would also put drug dealers out of business because you could just go to the store and buy it. Good by to the US deficit! Legalize it!

  • Really

    Wow. I’ve never seen so many logical fallacies in a single post before.

    And to top off the madness, you even used the “think of the children!!” defense. Just because you can’t handle it, it doesn’t mean you can decide for the rest of the adults.

  • Robert

    Alcohol is the gate way drug! But that legal. Most people have seen how much someone can function while being drunk.I would argue that smoking marijuana does not give the same out come. I wish legislators and the Governor would have the compassion to allow medical patients to use a medication that gives us relief. I would like to make my own decisions on what works for me and not be living in fear that I will get in trouble.

    • knasinski

      Legal pot = less street crime. Farmers support it Im an army vet…and retired professor. It got me through S.A. in 66 I did my job and made it home. I’m 69 now …Osteo Arthritis , migraines 2-4 times per week – when I can get it – out of state…it works very well … it’s here you just dont know it. make it legal and you’ll tax it and make money.
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    • Wags

      Totally agree with you Robert. What Gov. Walker doesn’t realize is that it is not good for people to live in such fear. When people are constantly in fear, their bodies tend to freak out as well. I know lots of people that are scared to even tell their parents just because it is illegal. Living in fear causes ulcers, and bad habits, such as biting finger nails, so if it was legal, not only would it save lives and generate tons of money in tax dollars, but it will also take that fear away, and give people lots of confidence.

  • karenascofield

    The gateway is that drug dealers sell harder drugs along with cannabis and people who get into harder drugs often try a lot of things. Correlation does not imply causation.

    The Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Science stated in their 1999 report:

    “Patterns in progression of drug use from adolescence to adulthood are strikingly regular. Because it is the most widely used illicit drug, marijuana is predictably the first illicit drug most people encounter. Not surprisingly, most users of other illicit drugs have used marijuana first. In fact, most drug users begin with alcohol and nicotine before marijuana — usually before they are of legal age.

    In the sense that marijuana use typically precedes rather than follows initiation of other illicit drug use, it is indeed a “gateway” drug. But because underage smoking and alcohol use typically precede marijuana use, marijuana is not the most common, and is rarely the first, “gateway” to illicit drug use. There is no conclusive evidence that the drug effects of marijuana are causally linked to the subsequent abuse of other illicit drugs.”

    Why are our politicians that far behind the times?

    Correlation does not imply causation, it’s a basic rule of logic. Do politicians even know what ‘causal’ means? The reports have been out there for some time so I have to ask if reading comprehension and ability to parse information well is such a widespread problem even among our politicians? Wisconsin should legalize and tax cannabis and sink the money raised into greatly improving our schools.

    Growing hemp should be totally legal and widely encouraged. We shouldn’t have to import our hemp products. That’s just insane. I wish I could buy my hemp milk as a WI grown and made product. I can buy it at a local grocery store but it’s so expensive. Strathmore makes art papers in WI…what if they could make hemp art papers from hemp grown in the state? That’d be cool. And there’s a brick company in Racine could make hemp crete bricks, that’d be much greener than what they’re doing now. Industrial hemp crops would be a huge boon to the state in many more ways. The array of products that can be. Made from the hemp plant is truly amazing. Do a picture search for “hemp products chart” and explore that.

  • joe

    fuck walker he is a dumbass him saying he dont see it happing.well fyi if wis. was to make it legal the state would have more money more room for ppl that relley belong in jail and could also the stupid cops in my town can start finding all the junkies in this town, if anyone has a problem with it come to me ill give you real facts. cause heres one YOU CANT DIE FROM SMOKING POT UNLESS YOU SMOKE 15 POUNDS IN LESS THEN 15 MINS

  • Anonymous

    This comment may be pointless due to the fact that im almost certain that the members of government that have the power to do anything towards legalizing marijuana won’t be reading this but here goes anyway you see people going to jail for absurd and irrational actions and behaviors used to get marijuana illegally such as muggings robbery etc and so forth sometimes even murder depending on the actual intent of the user to get this miracle drug but yet not a single case has been reported about a death or harsh side effect of uaing marijuanna so woild it make sense to instead of continuing to let people commit crimes whether intentional or not the simple solution would be to make marijuana accessible to all users above the age of say or 21 or even 18 and let the people have to worry about financial capabilities to obtain marijuanna then to have to have people get killed in transport or delivery and if they cant afford it they wont make irrational deciosions or actions to get it because its not adictive its calming and soothing and herbal everyone is talking about how herbal is the way to go no one said you have to drink herbs so why not smoke them? Im sorry but the last time I checked there are many herbal “remedies” as some may call it are more harmful then marijuanna and its just a plant I mean really logically someone could smoke a dried banana leef and get high but its nowheres near as benificial as marijuanna so what is the big deal legalize a plant that helps and cures diseases and illnesses that never had a cure or let people die by going the criminal route to obtain it

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