The Delaware House approved a bill creating regulations for adult marijuana sales, sending it to the Senate just days later. Passing a supplementary possession legalization procedure.
Chamber cleared regulatory legislation from Rep. Ed Osinski (D) –which was submitted through two committees Before reaching the hall – by 13-27 votes.
“It’s been a long journey to get to this point,” said the pastor on the ground Thursday. “We’ve had setbacks along the way—no worse than losing business to New Jersey—and we’ve learned a lot and produced what we believe is a strong bill that will make Delaware a leader in this area.”
“In the past five years, we’ve listened to the concerns of communities that have, for decades, been negatively affected by marijuana prohibition to try to undo some of the damage done and make sure that those same communities stand to benefit from the new legal market,” he added.
Osienski sponsors both this simple rationing bill, HB 1, and that sales measure, HB 2. The Senate Health and Social Services Committee is expected to consider the proposals next week, according to Sen. Trey Parady (D), the sponsor for the Senate
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