Actor Chis Evans of “Capitan America” fame satisfied with Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) on Friday, and the two mentioned cannabis reform, among the other issues.
The congressman, who is a long-standing winner of loosening federal hashish regulations and outlined a blueprint to federal legalization very last year, explained he liked the discussion and that he could “do this all day” in a tweet.
Liked speaking with Captain America, @ChrisEvans, about marijuana reform, voting legal rights, and bipartisanship in instances of division in the nation’s cash.
I can do this all day! pic.twitter.com/eNy03QUvSB
— Earl Blumenauer (@repblumenauer) March 8, 2019
The chat was “part of a challenge Chris is operating on with quite a few members of Congress,” a spokesperson for Blumenauer instructed Cannabis Second in an electronic mail. “Earl spoke about difficulties that he cares about, and marijuana reform was just one of them.”
“Chris requested for the fundamental principles on why it is essential, conveying the reasoning at the rear of scheduling and what execs and disadvantages of legalization ended up,” he stated.
The details of Evans’s “project” are unclear. He’s met with several customers of Congress in the latest weeks, in accordance to a range of tweets, but he’s declined to get into specifics when pressed. There’s speculation that he’s launching a political media group, however.
— Zach C. Cohen (@Zachary_Cohen) February 5, 2019
— Rachel S. Cohen (@rachelkaras) February six, 2019
In response to Blumenauer’s tweet, NORML questioned: “How dissatisfied was the Captain to be unfrozen in present day situations and see we are still locking up above 600,000 Americans for marijuana?”
How dissatisfied was the Captain to be unfrozen in modern day times and see we are continue to locking up more than 600,000 Americans for marijuana? #NotMyFuture
— NORML (@NORML) March eight, 2019
Evans is the nephew of former Rep. Mike Capuano (D-MA), who missing his bid for re-election in last year’s midterm election.
Blumenauer submitted a invoice in January, appropriately numbered H.R. 420, which would regulate marijuana like alcoholic beverages.
Photo courtesy of Twitter/Rep. Early Blumenauer.