Legalization of Marijuana was Introduced To The House Of Delegates Today

House Bill 3035 was introduced by Delegate Sean Hornbuckle, from Cabell county, to the House of Delegates today to legalize marijuana.

“All relating to the legalization of marijuana; providing legislative findings; defining terms; allowing persons twenty-one years or older to use marijuana; authorizing personal cultivation in limited amounts; establishing prohibitions; establishing criminal penalties for underage sales, public consumption and use in a vehicle; requiring licensing for commercial growth and extraction; establishing requirements for sales and production establishments; allowing lawful possession, manufacture and sale of certain accessories; allowing commercial transport; prohibiting certain financial interests; requiring safety and warning labels for commercial sales; allowing local government to regulate and tax facilities; providing requirements for cultivation facilities; requiring certain state agencies to regulate and license various aspects of production, distribution and testing; establishing identification for purchase requirements; and providing that certain contracts are enforceable.”

The bill would need to go to the House Judiciary Committee before getting to the floor of the house.

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