Ann Lee (b. 1929/1930 (age 91–92)) is a woman from Houston, Texas who founded Republicans Against Marijuana Prohibition (RAMP), a conservative American group in favor of legalization of cannabis. She has stated "prohibition is not conservative" and compared it to the unconstitutional Jim Crow laws of the American South. Lee is anti-abortion, voted for Donald Trump, and never smoked cannabis. Lee's group has been active at both in the state of Texas and at the federal level advocating legalization.
- Josh Harkinson (March 4, 2015), "Meet the 85-Year-Old Texas Lady Pushing Republicans to Embrace Marijuana", Mother Jones
Rob Hotakainen (February 22, 2015), Widow, 85, is legal pot's unlikely Texas advocate, McClatchy – via Bend Bulletin,
Long dominated by the GOP, Texas may seem an unlikely battleground for the next round of marijuana wars. But pot lobbyists say they’ve got a realistic shot at getting state laws changed this year, particularly with allies like Lee.
- Justin O'Connell (November 28, 2016), "Trump Faces Pressure From Within GOP to Protect and Foster Marijuana Reform: Ann Lee and Republicans Against Marijuana Prohibition don't consider prohibition a conservative value", Merry Jane
- "Legalizing Marijuana Might Have Negligible Impact on Border Security", The Texas Tribune, December 9, 2016, archived from the original on November 15, 2018 – via HighBeam (subscription required)
- "Aided by 85-year-old widow, cannabis fight heats up in Texas", Sarasota Herald-Tribune, February 20, 2015
- Anthony L. Fisher (July 20, 2016), ""Why do Republicans Respect Marijuana Prohibition Like it Came From Moses?": Republicans Against Marijuana Prohibition take on the RNC", Reason
- Ann Lee Founder/Executive Director at Republicans Against Marijuana Prohibition