FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Indiana candidate for State Representative, 84th District, Democrat Curtis Nash feels the northeast region is not being accurately represented.
Some of Nash’s policy positions include marijuana legalization and prison reform.
“In the medical arena, addiction is believed to be a form of mental illness, one that’s treatable, it doesn’t seem fair to incarcerate somebody for that,” Nash said. “What we do in the State House is keep the state running with productive citizens. Locking people up, when they are addicted, when they get out they are still addicted. It benefits us to have them be productive, buying things, paying taxes.”
Nash is running against Republican Bob Morris and will be on the General Election ballot in November.
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