Cannabis in Kansas Needs You

Contact Your Legislators in Kansas to Support Cannabis Legalization

We have heard rumblings of Kansas making big moves through their state legislature on approving medical cannabis for qualified patients, and this legislative session is shaping up to be the perfect time to advocate for this progress at the state level.

Individual Voices Make an Impact

Just in December in Hays, KS, an elderly, terminal cancer patient’s home was raided by police for using a cannabis vape pen and THC paste to alleviate some of their cancer symptoms. Thankfully, prosecutors dropped the drug possession citation leveled against 69-year-old Greg Bretz. 

But this reversal wouldn’t have happened without public pressure to do so, even from the officers themselves who raided Bretz’s home. Now, its your time to let your voice be heard and advocate for cannabis reform in Kansas. If you don’t act, legislation will continue to stall or even die. This short legislative session can prove to be fruitful, if enough pressure is added to enact the change we need. 

Take 10 Minutes to Speak Up for Cannabis in Kansas

To make action as easy and quick as possible, we have included links for the full roster of every single Kansas State Representative and State Senator which includes their name, district, phone number, and email.

Find Your Legislators & Contact Information

You can find these rosters here for Representatives and here for Senators.

Not sure who your local Representative or Senator is? We’ve got you covered! You can find them using this link which takes less than 10 seconds to use and only requires your address. 

Once you know who to contact, we have even included language below on what you can say to them to support medical cannabis in Kansas.

Here’s Your Script for a Call or Email:

All you need to say or write is: 

“Hello, my name is (Your name) and I am a constituent of yours. I wanted to inform you of my support for medical cannabis legalization and hope you will vote in favor of legislation doing so this legislative session. Thank you!” 

Just three sentences, but these sentences can go a long way. 

Don’t delay and let your voice be heard, now! 


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