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14_NORML on Jan 1, 2014

Political Group Ratings: National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Law
Source: NORML rating on incumbents of 113th Congress
Scoring system for 2014: Ranges from 0% (opposes all forms of marijuana decriminalization) to 75% (supports marijuana decriminalization and legalization).

About NORML (from their website, www.norml.org):

National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Law's mission is to move public opinion sufficiently to achieve the repeal of marijuana prohibition so that the responsible use of cannabis by adults is no longer subject to penalty. This model is called "decriminalization."

NORML additionally supports the development of a legally controlled market for marijuana, where consumers could purchase it from a safe, legal and regulated source. This model is referred to as "legalization."

NORML believes that marijuana smoking is not for kids and should only be used responsibly by adults. As with alcohol consumption, it must never be an excuse for misconduct or other bad behavior. Driving or operating heavy equipment while impaired from marijuana should be prohibited.

NORML strongly supports the right of patients to use marijuana as a medicine when their physician recommends it to relieve pain and suffering.

Lastly, NORML supports the right of farmers to commercially cultivate hemp for industrial purposes, such as food and fiber production.

Also see previous NORML ratings, NORML-2006

    Participating counts on VoteMatch question 19. Question 19: Marijuana is a gateway drug Scores: -2=Strongly oppose; -1=Oppose; 0=neutral; 1=Support; 2=Strongly support.
  • Topic: Drugs
  • Headline: by NORML, indicating an anti-legalization stance (Score: 2)
  • Headline 2: by NORML, indicating a mixed record on drug reform (Score: 0)
  • Headline 3: by NORML, indicating a pro-legalization stance (Score: -2)

  • Key for participation codes:
  • Sponsorships: p=sponsored; o=co-sponsored; s=signed
  • Memberships: c=chair; m=member; e=endorsed; f=profiled; s=scored
  • Resolutions: i=introduced; w=wrote; a=adopted
  • Cases: w=wrote; j=joined; d=dissented; c=concurred
  • Surveys: '+' supports; '-' opposes.

Democrats participating in 14_NORML

Neil Abercrombie s2n50%Hawaii Democrat (Resigned 2010) 
Gary Ackerman s3n75%New York Dem./Ind./Lib. (Retiring 2012) 
Jason Altmire s1n25%Pennsylvania Democrat (Lost 2012 Primary) 
Rob Andrews s3n75%New Jersey Democrat (resigned 2014) 
Michael Arcuri s2n50%New York Democrat (until 2010) 
Joe Baca s2n50%California Democratic Challenger 
Brian Baird s3n75%Washington Democrat (until 2010) 
Tammy Baldwin s3n75%WI Democratic Challenger 
John Barrow s1n25%GA Democratic Senate candidate 
Melissa Bean s2n50%Illinois Democrat (Unseated 2010) 
Xavier Becerra s3n75%California Democrat 
Shelley Berkley s3n75%Nevada Democrat (Senate run 2012) 
Howard Berman s3n75%California Democrat 
Marion Berry s2n50%Arkansas Former Democrat (until 2010) 
Sanford Bishop s2n50%Georgia Democrat 
Earl Blumenauer s3n75%Oregon Democrat 
Dan Boren s1n25%Oklahoma Democratic Governor Challenger 
Leonard Boswell s1n25%Iowa Democrat 
Rick Boucher s2n50%Virginia Democrat (until 2010) 
Allen Boyd s2n50%Florida Former Democrat (until 2010) 
Robert Brady s3n75%Pennsylvania Democrat 
Bruce Braley s1n25%IA Democratic Challenger 
Corrine Brown s2n50%Florida Democrat 
G.K. Butterfield s2n50%North Carolina Democrat 
Lois Capps s3n75%California Democrat (retiring 2016) 
Michael Capuano s3n75%MA Former Democratic Primary Senate Challenger (2009) 
Dennis Cardoza s2n50%California Democrat (Retiring 2012) 
Russ Carnahan s3n75%Missouri Democrat 
Chris Carney s1n25%Pennsylvania Democrat (Retired 2010) 
Kathy Castor s2n50%Florida Democrat 
Ben Chandler s1n25%Kentucky Democrat 
Yvette Clarke s3n75%New York Democrat 
William Lacy Clay s3n75%Missouri Democrat 
Emmanuel Cleaver s3n75%Missouri Democrat 
James Clyburn s2n50%South Carolina Democrat 
Steve Cohen s3n75%Tennessee Democrat 
John Conyers s3n75%Michigan Democrat 
Jim Cooper s2n50%Tennessee Democrat 
Jim Costa s2n50%California Democrat 
Jerry Costello s1n25%Illinois Democrat (Retiring 2012) 
Joe Courtney s3n75%Connecticut Democrat 
Henry Cuellar s2n50%Texas Democrat 
Elijah Cummings s2n50%Maryland Democrat 
Artur Davis s1n0%Alabama Former Democrat (until 2010) 
Danny Davis s3n75%Illinois Democrat 
Lincoln Davis s2n50%Tennessee Democrat (until 2010) 
Susan Davis s3n75%California Democrat 
Peter Defazio s3n75%Oregon Democrat 
Diana DeGette s3n75%Colorado Democrat 
Bill Delahunt s3n75%Massachusetts Democrat (until 2010) 
Rosa DeLauro s3n75%Connecticut Democrat 
Norm Dicks s2n50%Washington Democrat (Retiring 2012) 
John Dingell s2n50%Michigan Democrat (retiring 2014) 
Joe Donnelly s1n25%IN Democratic Challenger 
Mike Doyle s2n50%Pennsylvania Democrat 
Chet Edwards s2n50%Texas Former Democrat (until 2010) 
Keith Ellison s3n75%Minnesota Democrat 
Eliot Engel s3n75%New York Democrat/Liberal 
Anna Eshoo s3n75%California Democrat 
Bob Etheridge s1n25%North Carolina Democrat (Unseated 2010) 
Sam Farr s3n75%California Democrat 
Chaka Fattah s3n75%Pennsylvania Democrat 
Bob Filner s3n75%California Democrat (Mayoral run 2011) 
Barney Frank s3n75%Massachusetts Democrat (Retiring 2012) 
Gabby Giffords s3n75%Arizona Democrat (Resigned 2012) 
Kirsten Gillibrand s2n50%New York Democrat 
Charles Gonzalez s3n75%Texas Democrat (Retiring 2012) 
Bart Gordon s2n50%Tennessee Democrat (until 2010) 
Al Green s3n75%Texas Democrat 
Gene Green s2n50%Texas Democrat 
Raul Grijalva s3n75%Arizona Democrat 
Luis Gutierrez s3n75%Illinois Democrat 
John Hall s2n50%New York Former Democrat (until 2010) 
Ralph Moody Hall s1n0%Texas Democrat until 2004; now GOP 
Phil Hare s3n75%Illinois Democrat (until 2010) 
Jane Harman s3n75%California Democrat (Resigned 2011) 
Alcee Hastings s3n75%Florida Democrat 
Stephanie Herseth s1n25%South Dakota Democratic Senate Challenger 
Brian Higgins s3n75%New York Democrat 
Baron Hill s2n50%IN Democratic Senate candidate 
Maurice Hinchey s3n75%New York Dem/Working-Fam.(Retired 2012) 
Ruben Hinojosa s1n25%Texas Democrat 
Mazie Hirono s3n75%Hawaii Democrat (Senate run 2012) 
Paul Hodes s3n75%New Hampshire Democrat (until 2010) 
Rush Holt s3n75%New Jersey Democrat (retiring 2014) 
Mike Honda s3n75%California Democrat 
Steny Hoyer s3n75%Maryland Democrat 
Jay Inslee s3n75%WA Democratic Washington Governor 
Steve Israel s3n75%New York Democrat 
Sheila Jackson Lee s3n75%Texas Democrat 
Eddie Bernice Johnson s3n75%Texas Democrat 
Hank Johnson s3n75%Georgia Democrat 
Tim Johnson s2n50%SD Democratic Sr Senator (retiring 2014) 
Steve Kagen s2n50%WI Former Democratic challenger (2012) 
Paul Kanjorski s3n75%Pennsylvania Democrat (until 2010) 
Marcy Kaptur s3n75%Ohio Democrat 
Patrick Kennedy s3n75%Rhode Island Democrat (until 2010) 
Dale Kildee s3n75%Michigan Democrat (Retiring 2012) 
Carolyn Kilpatrick s3n75%Michigan Democrat (until 2010) 
Ron Kind s3n75%WI Former Democratic challenger (2012) 
Ron Klein s2n50%Florida Former Democrat (until 2010) 
Dennis Kucinich s3n75%OH Democratic candidate for Governor 
James Langevin s3n75%Rhode Island Democrat 
Rick Larsen s2n50%Washington Democrat 
John Larson s3n75%Connecticut Democrat 
Barbara Lee s3n75%California Democrat 
John Lewis s3n75%Georgia Democrat 
Dan Lipinski s1n25%Illinois Democrat 
David Loebsack s3n75%Iowa Democrat 
Zoe Lofgren s3n75%California Democrat 
Nita Lowey s3n75%New York Democrat 
Steve Lynch s2n50%Massachusetts Democrat (Senate run 2013) 
Carolyn Maloney s3n75%New York Democrat/Liberal 
Ed Markey s3n75%MA Democratic Senator 
Jim Marshall s1n25%Georgia Former Democrat (until 2010) 
Jim Matheson s2n50%Utah Democrat (retiring 2014) 
Doris Matsui s3n75%California Democrat 
Carolyn McCarthy s3n75%New York Dem. (retiring 2014) 
Betty McCollum s3n75%Minnesota Democrat 
Jim McDermott s3n75%Washington Democrat 
Jim McGovern s3n75%Massachusetts Democrat 
Mike McIntyre s1n25%North Carolina Democrat (retiring 2014) 
Jerry McNerney s2n50%California Democrat 
Gregory Meeks s2n50%New York Dem./Working-Families 
Michael Michaud s2n50%Maine Democratic Governor Challenger 
Brad Miller s2n50%North Carolina Democrat (Retiring 2012) 
George Miller s3n75%California Democrat (retiring 2014) 
Harry Mitchell s3n75%Arizona Former Democrat (until 2010) 
Alan Mollohan s2n50%West Virginia Democrat 
Dennis Moore s3n75%Kansas Democrat (until 2010) 
Gwen Moore s3n75%Wisconsin Democrat 
James Moran s2n50%Virginia Democrat (retiring 2014) 
Chris Murphy s3n75%Connecticut Democrat (Senate run 2012) 
Patrick Murphy s2n50%FL Democratic Senate candidate 
Grace Napolitano s3n75%California Democrat 
James Oberstar s2n50%Minnesota Dem./Farmer/Labor (until 2010) 
John Olver s3n75%Massachusetts Democrat (Retiring 2012) 
Solomon Ortiz s1n25%Texas Democrat (Unseated 2010) 
Frank Pallone s3n75%New Jersey Democrat 
Bill Pascrell s3n75%New Jersey Democrat 
Ed Pastor s3n75%Arizona Democrat (retiring 2014) 
Donald Payne s3n75%New Jersey Former Democrat(Deceased 2012) 
Ed Perlmutter s3n75%CO Democratic candidate for Governor 
Collin Peterson s2n50%Minnesota Democrat/Farmer/Labor 
Earl Pomeroy s1n25%North Dakota Democrat (until 2010) 
David Eugene Price s3n75%North Carolina Democrat 
Silvestre Reyes s2n50%Texas Democrat 
Ciro Rodriguez s2n50%Texas Democrat (until 2010) 
Mike Ross s1n25%AR Democratic Gubernatorial Challenger 
Steven Rothman s3n75%New Jersey Democrat 
Lucille Roybal-Allard s3n75%California Democrat 
Dutch Ruppersberger s3n75%Maryland Democrat 
Bobby Rush s3n75%Illinois Democrat 
Tim Ryan s3n75%OH Democratic candidate for President; U.S. Rep from OH-13 
John Salazar s2n50%Colorado Democrat (Unseated 2010) 
Linda Sanchez s3n75%California Democrat 
Loretta Sanchez s3n75%CA Democratic Senate candidate 
John Sarbanes s3n75%Maryland Democrat 
Jan Schakowsky s3n75%Illinois Democrat 
Adam Schiff s3n75%California Democrat 
Allyson Schwartz s2n50%PA Democratic Challenger 
Bobby Scott s3n75%Virginia Democrat 
David Scott s2n50%Georgia Democrat 
Jose Serrano s3n75%New York Democrat/Liberal 
Joe Sestak s3n75%PA Democratic Senate Challenger 
Carol Shea-Porter s3n75%New Hampshire Democrat 
Brad Sherman s3n75%California Democrat 
Heath Shuler s1n25%North Carolina Democrat (retiring 2012) 
Albio Sires s3n75%New Jersey Democrat 
Ike Skelton s1n25%Missouri Democrat (until 2010) 
Louise Slaughter s3n75%New York Democrat 
David Adam Smith s2n50%Washington Democrat 
Vic Snyder s2n50%Arkansas Former Democrat (until 2010) 
Zack Space s2n50%Ohio Democrat (until 2010) 
John Spratt s1n25%South Carolina Democrat (until 2010) 
Pete Stark s2n50%California Democrat 
Bart Stupak s2n50%Michigan Democrat (until 2010) 
Betty Sutton s3n75%OH Democratic candidate for Lt.Governor 
John Tanner s1n25%Tennessee Democrat (until 2010) 
Ellen Tauscher s3n75%California Former Democrat (until 2009) 
Gene Taylor s1n0%Mississippi Democratic Challenger 
Bennie Thompson s2n50%Mississippi Democrat 
Mike Thompson s3n75%California Democrat 
John Tierney s3n75%Massachusetts Democrat 
Ed Towns s3n75%New York Democrat/Liberal (Retiring) 
Mark Udall s3n75%CO Democratic Sr Senator; previously Representative 
Tom Udall s3n75%New Mexico Democrat (Senate 2008) 
Chris Van Hollen s3n75%Maryland Democrat (retiring 2016) 
Nydia Velazquez s3n75%New York Democrat/Working-Families 
Tim Walz s3n75%Minnesota Democrat 
Debbie Wasserman Schultz s2n50%Florida Democrat 
Maxine Waters s2n50%California Democrat 
Diane Watson s3n75%California Former Democrat (until 2010) 
Mel Watt s3n75%North Carolina Democrat (appointed to FHFA) 
Henry Waxman s3n75%California Democrat (retiring 2014) 
Anthony Weiner s3n75%New York Former Democrat(Resigned 2011) 
Peter Welch s3n75%Vermont Democrat 
Robert Wexler s2n50%Florida Democrat (resigned Jan. 2010) 
Charlie Wilson s1n25%Ohio Democrat (until 2010) 
Lynn Woolsey s3n75%California Democrat (Retiring 2012) 
David Wu s3n75%Oregon Democrat (Resigned 2011) 
John Yarmuth s3n75%Kentucky Democrat 

Republicans participating in 14_NORML

Robert Aderholt s1n25%Alabama Republican 
Todd Akin s1n0%Missouri Republican (Senate run 2012) 
Rodney Alexander s1n25%Louisiana Republican (resigned 2014) 
Michele Bachmann s1n25%Minnesota Republican (retiring 2014) 
Spencer Bachus s1n25%Alabama Republican (retiring 2014) 
Gresham Barrett s1n0%South Carolina Republican (until 2010) 
Roscoe Bartlett s2n50%Maryland Republican 
Joe Linus Barton s1n25%Texas Republican 
Judy Biggert s1n25%Illinois Republican 
Brian Bilbray s1n25%California Republican 
Gus Bilirakis s1n25%Florida Republican 
Rob Bishop s1n25%Utah Republican 
Marsha Blackburn s1n0%Tennessee Republican 
Roy Blunt s1n25%Missouri Republican (until 2010) 
John Boehner s1n0%Ohio Republican 
Jo Bonner s1n25%Alabama Republican (Resigned 2013) 
Mary Bono s1n25%California Republican 
John Boozman s1n25%AR Republican Jr Senator 
Kevin Brady s1n25%Texas Republican 
Henry Brown s1n25%South Carolina Republican (until 2010) 
Vern Buchanan s1n25%Florida Republican 
Michael Burgess s1n25%Texas Republican 
Dan Burton s1n25%Indiana Republican (Retiring 2012) 
Steve Buyer s1n25%Indiana Republican (until 2010) 
Ken Calvert s1n25%California Republican 
Dave Camp s1n25%Michigan Republican (Retiring 2014) 
John Campbell s3n75%California Republican (retiring 2014) 
Eric Cantor s1n25%Virginia Republican 
Shelley Moore Capito s1n25%West Virginia Republican (Senate run 2014) 
John Carter s1n0%Texas Republican 
John Howard Coble s1n25%North Carolina Republican (retiring 2014) 
Tom Cole s1n25%Oklahoma Republican 
Mike Conaway s1n0%Texas Republican 
Ander Crenshaw s1n25%Florida Republican 
John Culberson s1n0%Texas Republican 
Geoff Davis s1n25%Kentucky Republican (Retiring 2012) 
Nathan Deal s1n0%GA Republican Governor 
Charles Dent s1n25%Pennsylvania Republican 
Mario Diaz-Balart s1n25%Florida Republican 
David Dreier s1n25%California Republican (Retiring 2012) 
Jimmy Duncan s1n0%Tennessee Republican 
Jo Ann Emerson s1n25%Missouri Republican (Resigned 2013) 
Mary Fallin s1n25%OK Republican Governor 
Jeff Flake s2n50%Arizona Republican (Senate run 2012) 
Randy Forbes s1n25%Virginia Republican 
Jeff Fortenberry s1n25%Nebraska Republican 
Virginia Foxx s1n0%North Carolina Republican 
Trent Franks s1n25%Arizona Republican 
Rodney Frelinghuysen s2n50%New Jersey Republican 
Elton Gallegly s1n0%California Republican (Retiring 2012) 
Scott Garrett s1n25%New Jersey Republican 
Jim Gerlach s1n25%Pennsylvania Republican (retiring 2014) 
Phil Gingrey s1n0%GA Republican Challenger 
Louie Gohmert s1n0%Texas Republican 
Bob Goodlatte s1n0%Virginia Republican 
Kay Granger s1n25%Texas Republican 
Samuel Graves s1n25%Missouri Republican 
Doc Hastings s1n0%Washington Republican (retiring 2014) 
Dean Heller s1n25%Nevada Republican (Resigned 2011) 
Jeb Hensarling s1n25%Texas Republican 
Wally Herger s1n25%California Republican (Retiring 2012) 
Duncan Hunter s1n0%California Republican (Retiring 2008) 
Bob Inglis s2n50%South Carolina Republican (until 2010) 
Sam Johnson s1n0%Texas Republican 
Walter Beaman Jones s1n25%North Carolina Republican 
Jim Jordan s1n25%Ohio Republican 
Steve King s1n0%Iowa Republican 
Jack Kingston s1n0%GA Republican Challenger 
Mark Kirk s2n50%IL Republican Jr Senator 
John Kline s1n0%Minnesota Republican 
Doug Lamborn s1n0%Colorado Republican 
Tom Latham s1n25%Iowa Republican (retiring 2014) 
Steven LaTourette s3n75%Ohio Republican 
Jerry Lewis s1n25%California Republican (Retiring 2012) 
Frank LoBiondo s1n25%New Jersey Republican 
Frank Dean Lucas s1n25%Oklahoma Republican 
Dan Lungren s1n25%California Republican 
Connie Mack IV s1n25%FL Republican Challenger 
Kenny Marchant s1n25%Texas Republican 
Kevin McCarthy s1n25%California Republican 
Michael McCaul s1n25%Texas Republican 
Thad McCotter s1n25%Michigan Republican 
Patrick McHenry s1n0%North Carolina Republican 
John McHugh s1n25%New York Republican/Conservative 
Buck McKeon s1n0%California Republican (retiring 2014) 
Cathy McMorris-Rodgers s1n25%Washington Republican 
John Mica s1n0%Florida Republican 
Candice Miller s1n0%Michigan Republican (retiring 2016) 
Gary Miller s1n0%California Republican (retiring 2014) 
Jerry Moran s1n25%Kansas Republican (until 2010) 
Tim Murphy s1n25%Pennsylvania Republican 
Sue Myrick s1n25%North Carolina Republican (Retiring 2012) 
Randy Neugebauer s1n25%Texas Republican 
Devin Nunes s1n25%California Republican 
Ron Paul s3n75%POTUS Republican (Libertarian 1988) 
Mike Pence s1n25%IN Republican Vice President 
Tom Petri s1n25%Wisconsin Republican 
Joseph Pitts s1n25%Pennsylvania Republican 
Todd Platts s1n25%Pennsylvania Republican (Retiring 2012) 
Ted Poe s1n25%Texas Republican 
Tom Price s1n0%GA Republican challenger for 2-year special election 
Adam Putnam s1n0%FL Republican candidate for Florida Governor 
Dennis Rehberg s2n50%Montana Republican (Senate run 2014) 
Dave Reichert s1n25%Washington Republican (Governor run 2012) 
Hal Rogers s1n25%Kentucky Republican 
Michael Rogers s1n25%Alabama Republican 
Mike Rogers s1n25%Michigan Republican 
Dana Rohrabacher s2n50%California Republican 
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen s1n25%Florida Republican 
Peter Roskam s1n25%Illinois Republican 
Ed Royce s1n25%California Republican 
Paul Ryan s1n0%POTUS Republican 
Jean Schmidt s1n25%Ohio Republican (Lost 2012 Primary) 
James Sensenbrenner s1n25%Wisconsin Republican 
Pete Sessions s1n25%Texas Republican 
John Shadegg s1n0%Arizona Republican 
John Shimkus s1n25%Illinois Republican 
Bill Shuster s1n25%Pennsylvania Republican 
Mike Simpson s1n25%Idaho Republican 
Adrian Smith s1n25%Nebraska Republican 
Lamar Smith s1n25%Texas Republican 
Mark Souder s1n25%Indiana Republican (until 2010) 
Cliff Stearns s1n25%Florida Republican (Lost 2012 primary) 
Lee Terry s1n25%Nebraska Republican 
Mac Thornberry s1n0%Texas Republican 
Todd Tiahrt s1n0%Kansas Republican Challenger 
Pat Tiberi s1n25%Ohio Republican 
Mike Turner s1n25%Ohio Republican 
Fred Upton s1n25%Michigan Republican 
Greg Walden s1n25%Oregon Republican 
Zach Wamp s1n0%Tennessee Republican (until 2010) 
Lynn Westmoreland s1n0%Georgia Republican 
Ed Whitfield s1n25%Kentucky Republican 
Joe Wilson s1n0%South Carolina Republican 
Frank Wolf s1n25%Virginia Republican (retiring 2014) 
Bill Young s1n0%Florida Republican (Deceased 2013) 
Don Young s1n0%Alaska Republican 

Independents participating in 14_NORML

Charles Boustany s1n25%LA U.S. Rep and Republican Senate Challenger 
Ginny Brown-Waite s1n25%Florida Former GOP (until 2010) 
Michael Castle s2n50%DE 2010 Senate Challenger; previously Gov.and Rep. 
Lincoln Diaz-Balart s1n25%Florida Former GOP (until 2010) 
Brad Ellsworth s1n25%IN 2010 Democratic Challenger 
Darrell Issa s2n50%CA03 Former Initiator of Gubernatorial Recall (2003) 
John Linder s1n0%Georgia Former GOP (until 2010) 
Kendrick Meek s2n50%FL 2010 Democratic Senate Challenger; currently US Rep. 
Charles Melancon s2n50%LA 2010 Democratic Senate Challenger; currently US Rep. 
George Radanovich s1n25%California Former GOP (until 2010) 

Total recorded by OnTheIssues:

Democrats: 202
Republicans: 137
Independents: 10

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