Other anti-pot-legalization candidates might waffle about their unpopular position—but not Chris Christie!

“If you’re getting high in Colorado today, enjoy it,” Christie told a New Hampshire town hall on Tuesday, according to Bloomberg.

“As of January 2017, I will enforce the federal laws.”

Christie has never been one to mince words on this subject. Earlier this year he promised that, as president, he would “crack down and not permit” state legalization of marijuana.

He reiterated that position on Tuesday, saying that to allow states to legalize marijuana while it remains illegal under federal law amounts to “lawlessness.”

“If you want to change the marijuana laws, go ahead and change the national marijuana laws.”

The 2016 field has a range of positions on how to deal with state-legalized weed. Rand Paul has said he "wouldn't interfere" with state laws, while Scott Walker recently said he would enforce federal law—even though ideally he considers it a state issue.