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Jim Risch on Drugs

Republican Challenger; former Governor


Enforce laws against drug use

Q: Do you support or oppose the policy: “Drug use is immoral: enforce laws against it”?

A: Support.

Source: Email interview on 2008 Senate race with OnTheIssues.org , Jun 8, 2008

Appointed first state Drug Czar; fight Rx drug abuse & more

Gov. Risch released the first 90-day report from the state’s first Drug Czar. “The Drug Czar has hit the ground running. There are several items that I will act on today as we continue our battle against substance abuse,” said Risch. The action items approved by Gov. Risch include the following:
Source: Press release, “Drug Czar” , Oct 19, 2006

Other governors on Drugs: Jim Risch on other issues:
ID Gubernatorial:
Butch Otter
ID Senatorial:
Michael Crapo

Newly seated 2010:
NJ Chris Christie
VA Bob McDonnell

Term-limited as of Jan. 2011:
AL Bob Riley
CA Arnold Schwarzenegger
GA Sonny Perdue
HI Linda Lingle
ME John Baldacci
MI Jennifer Granholm
NM Bill Richardson
OK Brad Henry
OR Ted Kulongoski
PA Ed Rendell
RI Donald Carcieri
SC Mark Sanford
SD Mike Rounds
TN Phil Bredesen
WY Dave Freudenthal
Newly Elected Nov. 2010:
AL: Robert Bentley (R)
CA: Jerry Brown (D)
CO: John Hickenlooper (D)
CT: Dan Malloy (D)
FL: Rick Scott (R)
GA: Nathan Deal (R)
HI: Neil Abercrombie (D)
IA: Terry Branstad (R)
KS: Sam Brownback (R)
ME: Paul LePage (R)
MI: Rick Snyder (R)
MN: Mark Dayton (D)
ND: Jack Dalrymple (R)
NM: Susana Martinez (R)
NV: Brian Sandoval (R)
NY: Andrew Cuomo (D)
OH: John Kasich (R)
OK: Mary Fallin (R)
PA: Tom Corbett (R)
RI: Lincoln Chafee (I)
SC: Nikki Haley (R)
SD: Dennis Daugaard (R)
TN: Bill Haslam (R)
VT: Peter Shumlin (D)
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WY: Matt Mead (R)
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Page last updated: Nov 23, 2011