It's report card day for all 50 of America's state governors. Earlier this morning, the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) has released grades for the country's top state legislators.
Generally speaking, the report is positive. The majority of governors (28) received a passing grade of C- or higher (17 Democrats and 11 Republicans). Over all, 94 percent of Democratic governors received passing marks. But only 34 percent of Republicans passed.
It's no surprise that all the F grades belong to Republicans, who generally lag behind Democrats on the issue. Yes, there are exceptions like Michigan Governor Rick Snyder, who received a B from NORML. But this is still the party that voted against including medical marijuana in its 2016 platform.
The most notable failing grade belongs to Indiana Governor Mike Pence, Donald Trump's running mate. Which offers even more reason to believe that while The Donald is relatively progressive on the issue, his running mate would likely derail reform if the 2016 Republican ticket won the general election.
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Peter Shumlin (D) Vermont
The only top mark went to Governor Shumlin, who recently tried (and unfortunately failed) to make Vermont the first state to legalize recreational marijuana use through the legislature instead of ballot initiatives. That honor is now up for grabs.
Kate Brown (D) Oregon
It's not surprising to see Oregon Governor Kate Brown ranked high in the report, but it is unexpected that she doesn't share the top spot with other governors of states that have legalized marijuana. The next one comes much further down the list.
Dan Malloy (D) Connecticut
Jack Markell (D) Delaware
Gina Raimondo (D) Rhode Island
Tom Wolf (D) Pennsylvania
The Democrats continued their domination of the report's top marks by monopolizing the B+ grades.
David Ige (D) Hawaii
Rick Snyder (R) Michigan
The B's include the first Republican governor in the report: Michigan Governor Rick Snyder, who is an outspoken supporter of medical marijuana.
Matt Bevin (R) Kentucky
Steve Bullock (D) Montana
John Bel Edwards (D) Louisiana
John Hickenlooper (D) Colorado
Larry Hogan (R) Maryland
John Kasich (R) Ohio
Jay Inslee (D) Washington
Terry McAuliffe (D) Virginia
Jay Nixon (D) Missouri
Bruce Rauner (R) Illinois
Brian Sandoval (R) Nevada
The lower B's were a fairly even split between Republicans and Democrats. The most surprising name on the list is outspoken prohibitionist John Kasich of Ohio.
Jack Dalrymple (R) North Dakota
Mark Dayton (D) Minnesota
North Dakota Governor Jack Dalrymple lands in the middle-C range due to his open mind about marijuana reform. Meanwhile, Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton isn't as open minded, but he has expressed interest in working with cannabis advocates to improve access to medical marijuana.
Sam Brownback (R) Kansas
Andrew Cumo (D) New York
Nikki Haley (R) South Carolina
Bill Haslam (R) Tennessee
Maggie Hassan (D) New Hampshire
Gary Herbert (R) Utah
The lower C-grade is a hodgepodge of states from almost every American region.
Chris Christie (R) New Jersey
Paul LePage (R) Maine
Pat McRory (R) North Carolina
The most surprising grades in the report belong to LePage and Christie, who passed despite being outspoken prohibitionists. LePage has been a particularly vocal opponent of Maine's ballot initiative to legalize recreational marijuana.
Greg Abbott (R) Texas
Robert Bentley (R) Alabama
Terry Brandstad (R) Iowa
Phil Bryant (R) Mississippi
Dennis Daugaard (R) South Dakota
Nathan Deal (R) Georgia
Mary Fallin (R) Oklahoma
Rick Scott (R) Florida
Scott Walker (R) Wisconsin
There are only Republican governors on the list from here on down the grade scale.
Matt Mead (R) Wyoming
Governor Mead won brownie points for not being totally opposed to marijuana reform (but pretty darn close).
Charlie Baker (R) Massachusetts
Doug Ducey (R) Arizona
Asa Hutchinson (R) Arkansas
Susana Martinez (R) New Mexico
Butch Otter (R) Idaho
Mike Pence (R), Indiana
Pete Ricketts (R) Nebraska
Republicans swept the lowest grade in the report. The most notable names are Baker of Massachusetts and Ducey of Arizona, who represent states that will vote on legalizing recreational marijuana use this fall. Hopefully their views don't reflect public opinion.
Earl Ray Tomblin (D) West Virginia
Bill Walker (I) Alaska
NORML released two incomplete grades for Governors Tomblin and Walker, who haven't said much about cannabis during their terms.